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J. W. WADSWORTH, Proprietor. 



224 K. Tryon Street, opposite City Hall, 



CHARLOT' E, N.C. 



J3?"01dest and most reliable line of Omnibuses, Carriages, a- ii I'.a^ag^ 
Wagons in the City. , 

A. C. HUTCHISON & (CO., 

Next door to Wadsworth Stables, 'j 

220 N. Tryon Street, opposite City Hall, CHARLOT? F$. N T j C 

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Charlotte, N. C. 




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

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fancy Goods, Plated Ware, Clocks, 



CUTLERY. TZ.WABE, AND HOTOE-FDENiSHING 
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38 South Tryon Street, 



Charlotte, N 4 C. 



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CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

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Charlotte, N. C. 




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MACHINE GOODS AND FIXTURE 



-»CHARLOTTE«~ 

CITY DIRECTORY 



PUBLISHED BY THE 



CHARLOTTE GITY DIRECTORY COMPANY, 



-FOR- 



®H 5 5 7-5. » 



CONTAINING A 



Cj eneral £[) i rectory T ° H F E (1ti|ens ' of (Kar lc tte, 



TOGETHER WITH A 



COMPLETE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AND AN 



Appendix of Useful Information, including a Street Directory by the 

New System and the New City Number in and 

About Charlotte. 



, PRICE, ■ $3.00. 



FILERS. 



b- ■ i -T- r^ EDWARD F. TURNER, 

E. L TURNER, PUBLISHER. GE0RGE B . losee, , 

General Office — 217 Elm Street, Yonkers, New York. 
Branch Offices— Port Chester, New York, Danville, Va., and Charlotte, N. (!. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C: 

PRESSES OF R. E. BLAK.EV. 
1887. 






PEGRAM&CO., 

Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, 

TRUHKS AND VAXISES, 

16 8. Tryoa Street, CHARLOTTE, H. C. 



T. GARIBALDI, 
Tin and Slate Roofing, Guttering 

AND GENERAL JOB WORK. • 

jS®-ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 



34 W. Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



R6JBOL2PR ARNDT, 

CENTRAL HOTEL 

Wine and Billiard ^ooms, 

9 S. Tryon, Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



CHABLOTTE 

Planing Mill and Bellows Factory, 

NEWCOMB BROS., Agents, 

Manufacturers of DOORS, SASfT, BLINDS, MANTEL PIECES AND BLACKSMITH 
BELLOWS. Mouldings and Trimmings Worked from Lumber Furnished. 

Corner Ninth Street and N. C. R. R., CHARLOTTE, N. C. 







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UR DIRECTORY is offered to the good people of the City of 
Charlotte in the full belief that, inasmuch as it is reliable and 
original, it will also prove acceptable. It contains the names of 
the people who, at this time "move and have their being" in the 
City of Charlotte. It is, therefore, neither a mortuary record nor 
an archoeological archive. It is not a perfect Directory, because such a pro- 
duction has never been known since Adam claimed u monopoly of the census; 
but it is equal to all reasonable requirements, and is so immeasurably supe- 
rior to anything of the kind which has preceded it, that its advent need not be 
heralded by blare of trumpets, or words of praise from the Publishers*" 

A Directory is a work the most prone of all to errors, from the fact that 
information is received from all sources, and in many cases given in a man- 
ner calculated to mislead, but we believe the present volume will be found en- 
tirely free of errors that will in any way detract from the value of the book. 
Considerable difficulty has been encountered in our effort to obtain the ex- 
act number of the houses, as the time needed to place the number on every 
house will occupy much time, yet we claim that there are but few errors. 
Many names are spelled in half a dozen different ways, and yet retain the 
same phonetic sense. This fact necessitates careful search, which we trust 
will be made in all cases of doubt. 

To the citizens who have so kindly aided us we extend our grateful thanks, 
and must say that the larger majority received us cordially, and gave the 
information asked for cheerfully. 

Our Book is completed, and to the citizens of Charlotte we confidently 
trust it, knowing that they will appreciate its merits and deal kindly with its 



faults. 



Very respectfully, 

CHARLOTTE CITY DIRECTORY CO., 

Publishers. 




M. P. Pegram, Jr., 
THE HABERDASRER 



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Opposite the Buford House, 
36 S. Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



L. J. WALKER. 



B. K. BRYAN 



L. J. WALKER & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Grocers and Commission Merchants, 

AND DEALERS IN 

FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY AND FEED STUFF. 

JSTSpeeial attention given to the purchase and sale of Cotton. 

201 S. Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

f H^RLES ¥. WYNN, 

House atid Sigti Painter, 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR. 



Corner College and Trade Streets, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



. A. H. CR0WELL, JR., 



tDEALER in- 



§hori | J^ong Xj&d Camber, 



SHINGLES, LATHS, &c. 



34 N. College Street, between Trade and Fifth. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



INDEX Tt^ADVERTISERS. 
where to m'tsimrapmrnT to buy. 

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L., Groe 



eries, Fish and 



New York ,' 

W., Contractor' 



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ADAMS, C 

Oysters :.. 

ADDRESS CO. 

AHRENS, P. 

Builder.... 

ANDREWS, KjIVFurultoe^^r 
aertaker rr. 

A s^d^^''^^^ 

i^-lbUiN O. F. Lawyer 
BAHEF 



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ana Hotel,. 

plemming ^ w:; Lawyer:" 

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DALES 6c BOANE, Jewelers, Lower 



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HARORAVE & ALEXANDER 



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Stot^S 00 -' Insl "'anoe Agents'' 
BYNUM, BYNUAX & SHIPp 

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,, . ,, JjbK &• T -> Lawyer.. 
CARSON BROS., Grain, Feed' 
Commission 



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It-ootei, Lottom hues on every left-hand 



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CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE .. 



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CLARKSON H, Lawyer 
CONCORD TIMES.. 
CORL M. J., Live 
CRAFT 



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GBDWELL W. M ' S 
DAVIDSON J 



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107 

103 



oemaker 174 

, --'We Works ; 197 

184|MECKLES^koTfeK S ---- "» 
OBSRRViT'p Bottom luies. 

H. H.. Bookseller.. 

AS., Bellows inaiiniac- 

liners, etc 

NEW. YORK CITY 

RAILROAD . 

Siv!pv^ B - Pur,iiiM: e':::::: 

"'^» : & MAXWELL.. ..onposit, 

PEC (fu *SV- T Boot8 illia S' 
ffl&L^ Uats a,ld Caps.. 

S 1 ^, J /WG, Clothiers .. 

PHIDLIPS.J,, Merchant Tailor 



1111 be r 

ar Mills:...'.' 

DAVIS & COR^S^ 1 - 

DKMOLINEUH-.Pa^ml 
U DGE.UOPSE. Hotel. . 
ELIAS & COHEN, Dry Go,,,, 



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& NORTHERN 



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UvllCHLTT C. S., Painter 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. ! 

QUERY Mrs. P. & CO., Millinery ... . 174 
RANKIN A. E. & BRO., Boots and 

Shoes 57 

RIGLER D. M. & BRO., Bakery and 

Confectionery 163 

ROSS & ADAMS, Booksellers and Sta- 
tioners .90 & 205 

SE1GLE T. L. & CO., Dry Goods 78 

SMITH W. A., Livery Stable 67 

SOUTHERN CHEMICAL CO., Center lines ! 
on each left-hand paa;e. 

SUMMERVILLE A. C., Lumber 174 

SWINK BROS., Stationers 196 

TAYLOR W. B., Restaurant 38 I 



TOMPKINS THE D. A. CO., Con- 
tracting Engineers 

TURNER & STONE, Painters 

VAN LANDING1IAM JOHN, Gram 
and Feed 

VAN NESS J. H. Photographer 

VOGLER J. A., Printer 

WADSWORTH J. W., Livery Stable 

WALKER L. J. & CO., Gooceries 

WARREN S. J., Mining Expert 

WILDS N. R., Barber 

W1LLMANN A. R., Gun and locksmith 

W1TTKOWSKY & BARUCH 

WYNNC. W.... 



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ERRATA, CHANGES, &c. 



Atkinson Rev. W. R., principal Charlotte Female Institute, Col- 
lege, bet Ninth and Eleventh. 

BUCHANAN W. O., Manager Southern Newspaper Union. 

CANSLER E. T., attorney and counsellor at law, io s Tryon; bds 
Central Hotel. 

GOODING W. B., tax collector, City Hall, h 15 Mint. 

Hawkins William, 306 w Vance. 

LIPSCOMB C. F., clerk Central Hotel. 

Littlejohn Thomas, 37 n Tryon. 

LONG SIGNEY F., wines and liquors, 1 1 n College, r do. 

McMillan & Co., grocers, succeed J. Calder, 230 n Tryon 

Tolar J. H., jeweler, S n Tryon, h 61911 B. 



-*JAMES * GRANGE,^- 

BOOK-BINDER. 

J3TA11 work executed with neatness and dispatch and at very reasonable 
rates. By having your book-binding done by me you wi.l not only save the 
Express charges, but 10 per cent, on prices charged at any other establish- 
ments for the same class of work. The binding of this Directory is a speci- 
men of my work. Correspondence solicited. 

JAMES GRANGE, 
66 and 68 Duane Street, New ¥~ork City.- 



— DEALER IN — 

fresl) Beef, Pork, Mutton and Sausage. 



I^G'All bills due when presented. 
243 Fast Trade Street. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Governor, salary $3,000 ._. ALFRED M. SCALES. 

Lieutenant-Governor , ...CHARLES M. Stedman. 

Secretary of State, salary $2,000.. Wm. L. Saunders. 

Auditor, salary $1,300 W. P. Roberts. 

Treasurer, salary $3,000. ._ ____ __..Donald W. Bain. 

Supt. Public InstructioTi,, salary $1,3 00. _._Sidney M. Finger. 

Attorney-General, salary $2,000..... —..Theodore F. Davidson. 

Adjutant-General, salary $600.... Johnstone Jones. 

State Geologist W. C. Kerr. 

Com. of Agriculture, salary $2.000 Montford. McGehee. 

State Librarian, salary $730. J. C. Birdson°\ 

Supreme Court. 

Wm. N. H. Smith, of Raleigh, Chief Justice; Joseph J. Davis, 
of Franklin, and A. S. Merrimon, of Raleigh, Associate Justices'; 
T. F. Davidson, of Buncombe, Reporter; T. S. Kenan, of Raleigh, 
Clerk; Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Marshal. 
. The Supreme Court meets in Raleigh on the first Mondays in 
February and October of each year, and its sessions continue un- 
til its business is disposed of. 

Criminal Court. 

This court is composed of the counties of Mecklenburg and 
New Hanover, Oliver P. Meares, Judge; B. R. Moore, solicitor, 
and John W. Dunham, clerk, for New Hanover: G. E. Wilson, so- 
licitor, and T. R. Robertson, clerk, for Mecklenburg. 

Superior Courts. 

The State is divided into twelve Judicial Districts, and for each 
a judge and Solicitor are elected by the voters of the State at 
large, who are required by the constitution to reside in their re- 
spective districts. 



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

J. E. Shepherd, Judge; J. H. Blount, Solicitor. 
Beaufort — 3rd Monday before the 1st Monday in March, to be 
for the trial of civil cases alone, except jail cases on the criminal 



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APPENDIX. 



docket; I2th Monday after the 1st Monday in March and Sep- 
tember, each to continue two weeks, Currituck — 1st Monday in 
March and September. Camden — 2nd Monday in March and Sep- 
tember. Pasquotank — 3rd Monday in March and September; and 
the 14th Monday after the 1st Monday in March, Perquimans — 
4th Monday in March and September. Chowan — 4th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in March and September; and the 15th Mon- 
day after the 1st Monday in March. Gates — 5th Monday after 
the 1st Monday in March and September. Hertford — 4th Mon- 
day after the 1st Monday in March and September; 16th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in March, and 15th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in September, Washington — 7th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in March and September; and the 14th Monday after the 
1st Monday in September. Tyrrell — 8th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in March and September. Dare — 9th Monday after the 
1st Monday in March and September. Hyde — 10th Monday after 
the 1st Monday in March and September; and the 4th Monday 
before the 1st Monday in March. Pamlico — 11th Monday after 
the 1st Monday in March and September. 



SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Fred Phillips, Judge; G. H. White, (colored), Solicitor 
Halifax — 8th Monday before the 1st Monday in March, to be 
for the trial of civii cases alone; 1st Monday in March to be for 
the trial of civil cases alone, except jail cases on the criminal 
docket; 10th Monday after the 1st Monday in March and Septem- 
ber, each to continue two weeks. Northampton — 6th Monday 
before the 1st Monday in March, to be for the trial of civil cases 
alone, except jail cases on the criminal docket; 4th Monday after 
the 1st Monday in March and September, each to continue 2 
weeks; and the 14th Monday after the 1st Monday in March, to 
be for the trial of civil cases alone. Warren — 3d Monday in 
March and September, each to continue 2 weeks. Edgecombe — 
6th Monday after the 1st Monday in March and September, each 
to continue 2 weeks; and the 4th Monday before the 1st Monday 
in March, to be for the trial of civil cases alone, Bertie — 8th 
Monday after the 1st Monday in Mareh and September, each to 
continue 2 weeks. Craven — 12th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in March and September, and the 3rd Monday before the 1st Mon- 
day in March, each to continue 2 weeks, and the last to be for the 
trial of civil cases alone. 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

H. G. Connor, Judge; D. Worthington, Solicitor.' 
Pitt — 8th Monday before the 1st Monday in March; 2nd Mon- 
day after the 1st Monday in March and September; 14th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in March, each to continue 2 weeks. Wilson 
— 4th Monday before the 1st Monday in March, to be for the trial 
of civil cases alone, except jail cases on the criminal docket; 6th 



APPENDIX 



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Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 8th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in September, each to continue 2 weeks. Vance — 2d 
Monday before the 1st Monday in March; nth Monday after the 
ist Monday in March; 6th Monday after the 1st Monday in Sep- 
tember, each to continue 2 weeks. Martin — 1st Monday in March 
and September; 13th Monday after the 1st Monday in September, 
each to continue 2 weeks, and the last term to be for the trial of 
civil cases alone, except jail cases on the criminal docket. 
Greene — 4th Monday after the ist Monday in March and Septem- 
ber, each to continue 2 weeks. Nash — 8th Monday after the ist 
Monday in March; nth Monday after the ist Monday in Septem- 
ber, each to continue 2 weeks. Franklin — 13th Monday after the 
ist Monday in March; 10th Monday after the ist Monday in Sep- 
tember; 6th Monday before the ist Monday in March; 3d Monday 
before the 1st Monday in September. 



FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Walter Clarke, Judge; T. M. Argo, Solicitor. 

Wake — 8th Monday before the ist Monday in March and Sep- 
tember; and the 4th Monday in March and September, each to 
continue 2 weeks and to be for the trial of criminal cases, and no 
original and final civil process to be returnable to said terms; 1st 
Monday before the 1st Monday in March and September, each to 
continue 2 weeks: and the 7th Monday after the 1st Monday in 
March and September, each to continue 3 weeks; the last 4 terms 
to be for the trial of civil cases alone. Wayne — 6th Monday be- 
fore the ist Monday in March and September; 2d Monday in 
March and September, eaeh to continue 2 weeks; 6th Monday 
after the ist Monday in March and September, the last two to be 
for the trial of civil cases alone. Harnet — 4th Monday before 
the ist Monday in March and September. Johnston — 3d Monday 
before the ist Monday in Mareh and September, each to continue 
2 weeks. 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

John A. Gilmer, Ju^ge; J. R. Strayhorne, Solicitor. 

Granville — 5th Monday before the 1st Monday in March; 9th 
Monday after the ist Monday in March; 2d Monday in Septem- 
ber; 12th Monday after the 1st Monday in September, each to 
continue 2 weeks. Chatham— 3d Monday before the 1st Monday 
in March; nth Monday after the ist Monday in March; 4th Mon- 
day after the ist Monday in September, the last term to continue 
2 weeks. Guilford — 2nd Monday before the ist Monday in March. 
14th Monday after the 1st Monday in March and September; ist 
Monday before the ist Monday in September, each to continue 2 
weeks, except the last term of the spring circuit. Alamance — 
ist Monday in March; 13th Monday after the ist Monday in 
March; 3d Monday after the ist Monday in September. Durham 
— 2d Monday in March; 6th Monday after the ist M'onday in Sep- 



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APPENDIX. 



ri'f* t ^ C ° n ' mU " 2 Weeks '- and the «th Monday after the 
ist Monday m March. Orange- 4 th Monday in March • 4 th Mon- 

iJmIT C c" M °" d *y in September; 9th Mondaytfte/tl e 
ist Monday :n September. Caswell-6th Monday after the 
Monday m March, to continue 2 weeks; 3d Monday before the s 
Monday in September; 10th Monday after the ist Monday in Sen 
ET h P f erSOn r 8th M °" day after tl- ist Monday™ Mar h Jd 
Monday before the isf Monday in September, nth Monday after 
the ist Monday in September. Monday alter 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

E T. Boykin, Judge; O. H. Allen, Solicitor 
6th M W n^ an °? r ~u th M ° nday before the rs < Monday in March- 

September, each to continue 2 weeks; and the 1st Mondav in 
Marcir?;^ f bam r 0n ':V St M ° nda y bef -e the 1st Mon day n 

Se" 1st' Mon C d " % tnaI °k dViI CaSSS al ° ne - 5 th Monday aT-t" 
the ist Monday m September, each to continue 2 weeks- 8th 

after tle'i tM , ^ ^^ Mard ^ and the z 4 th Monday 
oth M V r I '" September. Pender- 2 d Monday in March 
9th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 2d Monday in Sen 
isUWond JoneS -"1 th Monday « March; 3 d Monday before the 
Son! K y n S fPt ember ; 8th Monday after the 1st Monday n 
September. Onslow: 4 th Monday after the ist-Monday in Ma ch 
9th Monday after the ist Monday in September. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

James C. MacRae, Judge ; Frank McNeill, Solicitor 
rin f" n S °" : „ 8t t Monda y befor e the ist Monday in March; 2d Mon- 
day in September; each to be for the trial of criminal cases 8th 
Monday after the 1st Monday in March; ,2th Monday after the 1st 
Monday ,n September, each to be for the trial of civil cases alone 
evil Process may be returnable to said criminal terms Cumber 

ntarcfo^hS^^rV^ J" ^^ " ^ '** M ^ 

in March 6th Monday before the ist Monday in September- oth 

So7r . ISt M ° nday '" September, each ?o be for the 

oth M 7 M " S l S; 9th M ° nday after the Ist Monday in March 
oth Monday after the ist Monday in September; the last 2 terms' 

ou°;; s ue2 ; h ee M a ; d v° be for , the tnai ° f dvii <*™%™. 

Columbus. 7 th Monday before the 1st Monday in March- 4th 
Monday in March; S th Monday before the ist Monday in s7p tern- 
nth J f a c 5t , M ° ,lday bef0re the Ist Monday in March- 
nth Monday after the ,st Monday in March; ist .Monday before 



APPENDIX. 



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the 1st Monday in September; 5th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in September, each to continue two weeks. Richmond: 3d Mon- 
day before the 1st Monday in March; 4th Monday in September, 
each to continue two weeks; 13th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in March; 15th Monday after the 1st Monday in September. Bla- 
den: 3d Monday in March; 7th Monday after the 1st Monday in 
September; the last term to continue 2 weeks. Brunswick: 4th 
Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 3d Monday in September. 
Moore: 6th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 3d Monday 
before the 1st Monday in September; 13th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in September, each to continue two weeks. 



EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

W. J. Montgomery, Judge; B. F. Long, Solicitor. 

Iredell: 4th Monday before the 1st Monday in March and Sep- 
tember; 1 ith Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 9th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in September, each to continue two weeks. 
Rowan: 2d Monday before the 1st Monday in March and Sep- 
tember; 9th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 11th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in September, each to continue two weeks. 
Davidson: 1st Monday in March and September, each to continue 
two weeks; 13th Monday after the 1st Monday in March and Sep- 
tember. Randolph: 3d Monday in March and September, each 
to continue 2 weeks. Montgomery: 4th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in March and September, the latter term to continue two 
weeks. Stanley: 5th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 
6th Monday after the 1st Monday in September, the latter term to 
continue 2 weeks. Cabarrus: 8th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in March and September; 5th Monday before the 1st Monday in 
March; the fall term to be for the trial of criminal cases, and such 
civil cases as do not require a jury; the January term to be for the 
trial of civil cases alone, except jail cases on the criminal docket 
where a true bill has been found, but civil process may be return- 
able to all of said terms. 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Jesse F. Graves, Judge; Thos. Little, Jr., Solicitor. 

Rockingham: 6th Monday before the 1st Monday in March and 
September, each to continue 2 weeks; 9th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in September. Forsyth: 4th Monday before the 1st 
Monday in March; 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 
7th Monday after the 1st Monday in September, each to continue 
2 weeks. Yadkin: 2d Monday before the 1st Monday in March; 
4th Monday in September, each to continue 2 weeks. Wilkes: 
1st Monday in March; 2nd Monday in September, each to con- 
tinue 2 weeks; 8th Monday after the 1st Monday in March. Al- 
leghany: 3d* Monday in March; 1st Monday in September. 
Davie: 4th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 5th Monday 
after the 1st Monday in September, each to continue two weeks. 

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APPENDIX. 



Stokes: 6th Monday after the ist Monday in March; 4 thlvWiav 
before the ist Monday in September; 10th Monday aft t 2 
Monday in September the August term to continue 2 weeks 
Surry: /th Monday after the ist Monday in March; 2d Monday 
before the 1st Monday in September; i ith Monday after the 2 
Monday ,n September, the August term to continue' 2 weeks. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

A. C. Avery, Judge; W. H. Bower, Solicitor 

Henderson: 3 d Monday before the ist Monday in March; 7 th 
Monday before the ist Monday in September, each to continue * 
weeks. Burke: 1st Monday in March; 4 th Monday before the is? 

MonH aym M eP T ber \r Ch t0 C ° ntinue 2 weeks Caldwell: 3d 
Monday ,n March, 1st Monday in September. Ashe: 4 th Monday 
in March; . 2th Monday after the ist Monday in March; 2d Mo" 
day before the ist Monday in September. Watauga: 4 th Monday 
after the ist Monday in March; i 3 th Monday after the m Monday 
m March; ist Monday before the ist Monday in September 
Mitchell: 6th Monday after the „t Monday in M^chjSn-' 
day in September, each to continue two weeks. Yancey: 8th 
Monday after the , st Monday in March; 4 th Monday in Septem- 
ber, each to continue two weeks. McDowell: loth Monday after 
he ist Monday in March; 5 th Monday in September, each to con 
tinue two weeks. 



ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Wm. M. Shipp, Judge; F. I. Osborne, Solicitor 
Union: 3 d Monday before the 1st Monday in March; 3 d Mon- 
day , n September, each to continue two weeks, and the first week 
of each term to be for the trial of criminal cases alone. Meck- 
lenburg: ist Monday before the 1st Monday in March and Sep- 
tember, each to continue three weeks, and to be for the trial of 

aftei t'hT^M^H GaSt °Q 3d ?° nday in March '- 5th Monday 
after the ist Monday in September, each to continue 2 weeks 

Cleveland: 5 th Monday after the 1st Monday in March- Jh 

Monday before the ist Monday in September, each to continued 

weeks; 7 th .Monday after the ist Monday in September. Ruther! 

lord: 7 th Monday after the ist Monday in March; 8th Monday 

after the ist Monday in September, each to continue 2 weekY 

Iflr' th 9 , ^°M ay / fter th l ISt M ° nday in March >- Ioth M °nday 
af.er the 1st Monday in September. Catawba: i nh Mondav 

dav'in M ISt h MOn H d ^ " M ^ Ch; 5th Monday before the 1st Mo" 
day ln March and September. Alexander: i 4 th Mondav after 
the ist Monday in March; 6th Monday before the 1st Monday n 
March and September. y 



TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
J. H. Merrimon, Judge; J. M. Moody, Solicitor 
Buncombe: 1 3 th Monday after the ist Monday in Se 



ptember; 



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15 



15th Monday after the 1st Monday in March, each to continue 2 
weeks; 2d Monday in March; 3d Monday before the 1st Monday 
in September, each to continue 3 weeks. Madison: 1st Monday 
before the 1st Monday in March; 5th Monday before the 1st Mon- 
day in September; nth Monday after the 1st Monday in Septem- 
ber, each to continue 2 weeks, and the last term to be for the trial 
of civil cases alone. Transylvania: 4th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in March; 1st Monday in September. Haywood: 5th 
Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 2d Monday in September, 
each to continue 2 weeks. Jackson: 7th Monday after the 1st 
Monday in March, to continue 2 weeks; 4th Monday in September. 
Macon: 9th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; 4th Monday 
after the ist*Monday in September. Clay: 10th Monday after, 
the 1st Monday in March; 5th Monday after the 1st Monday in 
September.- Cherokee: nth Monday after the 1st Monday in 
March; 6th Monday after the 1st Monday in September, each to 
continue 2 weeks. Graham: 13th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in March; 8th Monday after the 1st Monday in September. Swain: 
14th Monday after the 1st Monday in March; gth Monday after 
the 1st Monday in September, the last term to continue 2 weeks. 



Representation in Congress. 

Senators: ■ W. M. RANSOM, (term expires 1889) and Z. B. VANCE, 

(term expires 1891). 
Representatives: First District, L. C. Latham, D.; Second Dis- 
trict, F. M. Simmons, D.; Third District, C. W. McClammy, D.; 
Fourth District, John Nichols, R.; Fifth District, J. M. Brower, R.; 
Sixth District, Alf Rowland, D.; Seventh District, John S. Hen- 
derson, D.; Eighth District, W. H. H. Cowles, D.; Ninth District, 
Thomas D. Johnston, D. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor — Wm. Johnston. 

Mayor pro tern. — F. B. McDowell. 

Clerk and Treasurer — Fred. Nash. 

Attorney — W. P. Bynum. 

Tax Collector — W. B. Gooding. 

Street Commissioner — S. G. Strickland. 

Cotton Weigher — W. S. Mallory. 

Cotton Inspector — J. S. Withers. 

Keeper Elmwood (white) Cemetery — F. Scarr. 

Keeper Pinewood (colored) Cemetery — S. Bradley, col. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 
First Ward — T. R. Magill, J. C. Long, Joseph McLaughlin. 
Second Ward — Jno. L. Brown, F. B. McDowell, W. R. Hinton, col. 
Third Ward— R. J. Brevard, S. W. Davis, C. S. L. A.Taylor, col. 
Fourth Ward— R. M. Oates, T. L. Seigle, C. Hilker. 



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APPENDIX. 



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Standing Committees. 

Finance — John M. Brown, chairman. 

Fire — James C. Long, chairman. 

Streets — R. M. Oates, chairman. 

Sanitary — Dr. R. J. Brevard, chairman. 

Cotton Platform — F. B. McDowell, chairman. 

Gas, Water and Sewerage — Joseph McLaughlin. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police Commission — -Mayor, with Aldermen Brevard, McDowell 
and Davis. 

Chief— W. M. Stitt. 

Sergeants— H. H. Hill, H. W. Jetton. 

Patrolmen— J. L. Orr, J. M. Boyte, W. B. Taylor, G. W. Far- 
rington, W. McKenzie, D. P. Hunter, L. A. Blackwelder (latter at 
R. & D. Passenger Depot). 

MAYOR'S COURT. 

Court rooms, between College and A streets, Convenes daily 
as 9 o'clock a. m. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

Convenes first Monday in Council Chamber, corner Sixth and 
Tryon streets, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

ELECTIONS. 

Mayor and Board of Aldermen biennially on first Monday in 
May. Board elects all other officers who hold during the term of 
same. 



CITY SCHOOL COMMISSION, 






In Charge of the White and Colored Graded Schools of the City. 

Superintendent — J. T. Corlew ; office, White School Grounds. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Fred Nash; office, City Hall. 

Commissioners — -Mayor of the City, chairman ex-officio. First 
Ward, M. C. Mayer, C. Scott; Second Ward, W. M. Wilson, P. H. 
Phelan; Third Ward, John E. Brown, H. Edwards; Fourth Ward, 
Dr. G. W. Graham, Charles R. Jones. 



COUNTY OFFICERS— MECKLENBURG COUNTY. 



,Clerk of the Superior Court : J. M. Morrow. 

Sheriff: T. S. Cooper. 

Deputy Sheriff: G. L. Sadler. 

Register of Deeds : J. L. Cobb. 

Deputy Register of Deeds : S. W. Maxwell. 

Treasurer : J. H. McClintock. 

Coroner : A. A. Cathey. 

Surveyor : T. J. Orr. 

County Superintendent Instruction : W. W. Robinson. 



APPENDIX. 



17 



Board County Commissioners convenes first Monday in each 
month. T. L. Vail, chairman. 
Register of Deeds : J. W. Cobb. 
Clerk Criminal Court : T. R. Robertson. 
Judge Criminal Court : O. P. Meares. 
Deputy Clerk Superior Court : VV. G. Erwin. 

Justices of the Peace for Mecklenburg County. 
CHARLOTTE TOWNSHIP. 

F. A. McNinch, J. S. Myers, R. P. Waring, S. H. Hilton,']. C. 
Long, B. P. Boyd, D. G. Maxwell, J. Roessler, H. C. Severs, S. W. 
Davis, R. E. McDonald, D. P. Hutchison, F. B. McDowell. 

BERRYHILL TOWNSHIP. 

S. M. McAllister, S. S. Herron, H. D. Stowe, A. H. Rhyne, H. 
L. Sloan. 

STEEL CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

R. A. Grier, J. B. Swann, S. W. Reid, F. Lee Erwin. 

SHARON TOWNSHIP. 

R. B. Hunter, J. M. Kirkpatrick, Lorenza Hunter, W. D. Beatty, 
W. N. Alexander. 

PROVIDENCE TOWNSHIP. 

W. M. Matthews, J. N. Howie, J. M. Reid, Julius Grier, VV. E. 
Ardry. 

MORNING STAR TOWNSHIP. 

E. M. Matthews, J. Brunei", J. W. Hood, D. E. Hooks, T.J. Ren- 
frew. 

CLEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

A. C. Flow, C. P. Mungo, N. W. Phillips. 

CRAB ORCHARD TOWNSHIP. 
W. Harvey Taylor, Leander Query, C. B. Cross, VV. J. Taylor. 

MALLARD CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

J. B. Thomasson, B. H. Garrison, C. W. Ritch, J. P. Hunter, W. 

D. Alexander. 

DEWEESE TOWNSHIP. 

D. W. Mays, A. J. Hunter, W. P. Williams, W. B. Withers. 

lemley's township. 

R. A. Brown, J. M. Wilson, J. T. Cashion, R. M. Ransom. 

LONG CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

J. W. Moore, R. F. Simpson, W. B. Caldwell, Columbus McCoy, 
R. D. Whitley. 

PAW CREEK TOWNSHIP. 
R. B. Abernathy, C. S. Gibson, D. A. McCord, M. A. Alexander, 

PINEVILLE TOWNSHIP. 

Oswald Alexander, J. H. Barnett, J. T. Downs, J. D. Culp, J. H. 
Collins. 



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APPENDIX. 



Elections. 

For Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Audi- 
tor, Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Judges of 
the Supreme and Superior Court and Solicitors, Attorney-Gen- 
eral, on Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, dating 
from 1880. . Every two years thereafter for members of Congress, 
General Assembly, county officers, Register of Deeds, county 
Surveyor, Coroner and Sheriff. On same date (same term) Con- 
stable for each township. Inferior Court elected by the Magis- 
trates of the county. Officers elected by the court. 



CHURCHES. 



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St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rev. Joseph B. Cheshire, rector: 
North Tryon corner Seventh street. Sunday Services, 11.00 a. m. 
and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 4.00 p. m. 

Tryon Street M. E. Church, Rev. Fred. D. Swindell, pastor: 
North Tryon corner Sixth street. Sunday services, 11. oo a. m., 
and 7.00 p. m. Sunday School, 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting',. 
Wednesday, 7.00 p. m. Young men's prayer meeting Sunday, 9 
a. m. 

; Church Screet Methodist Church, Rev. Zadock Parrish. pastor: 
South Church, near Hill street. Sunday services, 11.00 a. m., and 
8. p. m. Sunday School, 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 
8.00 p. in. 

Tryon Street Baptist Church, Rev. A. G. McManaway, pastor. 
Sunday services, II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, '3 p. m. 

St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Rev. T. S. Brown, 
rector: North Tryon between Seventh and Eighth streets. Sunday 
services, 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 3.00 p.m. 
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7.30 p. m. 

St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Rev. Mark S. Gross, rector: 
South Tryon corner First street. Sunday s-ervices, 11.00 a. m., 
and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 10.00 a. m. Daily Mass, 7 a. m! 

Home and Hospital of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Poplar 
corner Sixth street. Mrs. Julia Fox, president; Mrs. John Wilkes, 
secretary and treasurer; Miss H. Moore, Mrs. A. H. Hammond', 
Mrs. T. S. Clarkson, Mrs. W. R. Talliaferro, Miss M. Haughtoni 
board of managers. 

Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. Y. Fair, pastor; Tryon 
street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. Sunday services, 1 1 a. 
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 4 p. m. Prayer meeting, 

Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church, corner College and 
Fifth streets. 

First Presbyterian Church, Rev. A. VV. Miller, pastor: Trade 
street between Church and Poplar. Sunday services 11.00 a. m., 
and 8.00 p. m. Sunday School, 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting, 



APPENDIX. 



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Wednesday S.oo p. m. Communion 2nd Sunday in January and 
first Sabbath in each following quarter, at 11.00 a. m. Children's 
service after communion Sunday at 4..00 p. m. 



COLORED CHURCHES., 



Zion Methodist Church, Rev. Mayfield Slade, pastor: Mint near 
First street. Sunday services, 11.00 a. m., 3.00 p, m., and 8.00 p. 
m. Sunday School, 1.00 p. m. Class meeting, Friday 8.00 p. m. 
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8.00 p. m. 

Wesley Chapel Church, Rev. E. M. Collett, pastor: 320 S. 
Graham street. Sunday services, 3.00 p. m., and 8.00 p. m. Sun- 
day School, 9,0:3 a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8.00 p. m. 
Class meeting, Friday, 8.00 p. m. 

Little Rock Methodist Church, Rev. \Vm. Johnson, pastor: 
Myers street and Seventh. Sunday Services-, 11.00 a. m., 3.00 p. 
m.., and 7.00 p. m. Sunday School, (.00 p. m. Prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 7.00 p. m. 

First Baptist Church, Rev. A. A. Powell, pastor: W. Church 
street, near city limits. Sunday service, 11.00 a. m., 3.00 p.m., 
and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 1.00 p. m. Prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 8.00 p. m. 

St. Michael's and All Angels' Episcopal Church, Rev. P. P. Als- 
ton, rector: Mint street corner Hill street. Sunday services, 11 
a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 4.00 p. m. Week-day ser- 
vices, Wednesday, 8.00 and 11.00 a. m.; Friday, 11. OO a. m. 

Ebenezer Baptist Church (col.), Rev. Z. Haughton, pastor; Sec- 
ond street, near D street. Sunday services, II a. m., 3 p. m. and 
7 p. m. Sunday school, 2 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesdays 
and Fridays, 8 p. m. 

Colored Presbyterian Church, Rev. Robert Wyche, pastor; Sev- 
enth street, corner College street, Sunday services, 3 p. m. and 
7 p. m. Sunday school, II a. m. Prayer meeting, 9 a. m.; prayer 
meeting Wednesday, 7 p. m: 



CHARLOTTE STREET DIRECTORY. 



NOTE.-— Names of blocks and buildings will be found in their 
regular classification in General Directory, white department. 

Trade, running east and west, 

Tryon, running north and south, are the principal business 
streets, and the crossing of the same is considered the central 
point of the city, and starting point of all numbers- 

A, 2d east Tryon, north and south to limits. 

B, 3d east Tryon, north and south to limits. 



io 



APPENDIX. 



Biddle territory, adjacent Biddle University. 
C, 4th east Tryon, north and south to limits. 
Cemetery Avenue, continuation 5th street. 
Church, 1st west Tryon, north and south to limits. 
College, 1st east Tryon, north and south to limits. 
Cotton Factory Row, the part of Sixth bet. Graham street 
R. & D. R. R. 

D, 5th east Tryon, north and south to limits. 

E, 6th east Tryon, north and south to limits. 

East Bonndary, 8th east Tryon, north and south limits. 

Eighth, 4th north Tryon, east and west to limits. 

Eleventh, 7th north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Fifth, 1st north Trade, east and west to limits. 

First, 4th south Trade, east and west to limits. 

Graham, 4th west Tryon, north and south to limits. 

Greenville, northwest limits. 

Hill's Alley, ns Trade, between A and B streets. 

Hill, 7th south Trade, east and west to limits. 
Johnston, 6th west Tryon, north and south to limits. 

Logtown, Second Ward. 

Mechanicsville, First Ward. 

Mint, 3d west Tryon, from Trade to south limits. 

Morehead, 8th south Trade, east and west to limits. 

Myers, 7th east Tryon, north and South to limits. 

Ninth, 5th north Trade, east and west to limits. 

North Boundary, 9th north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Pine, 3d west Tryon, from Trade to north limits. 

Poplar, 2d west Tryon, north and south to limits. 

Second, 3d south Trade, east and west to limits. 

Seventh, 3d north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Sixth, 2d north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Smith, 5th west Tryon, north and south to limits. 

Smithville, Fourth Ward. 

South Boundary, 9th south Trade, to east and west limits. 

Stonewall, 5th south Trade, east and west to limits;' 

Tenth, 6th north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Trade, east and west to limits. 

Tryon, north and south to limits. 

Twelfth, 8th north Trade, east and west to limits. 

Vance, 6th south Tryon, east and west. 

Watkins Row, between First, Second, Myers and E streets. 

West Boundary, 7th west Tryon, north and south to limits. 



1 



ind 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



First Ward: All that portion of the city north of Trade and 
east of Tryon streets. 

Second Ward : All that portion of the city south of Trade and 
east of Tryon streets. 



APPENDIX. 



21 



Third Ward : All that portion of the city south of Trade and 
west of Tryon streets. 

Fourth Ward : All that portion of the city north of Trade and 
west of Tryon streets. 



WARD*DIAGRAM. 

N. 
Limits. 




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Trade 



Street. 



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SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Phalanx Lodge No. 31, meets second and fourth Monday of 
each month at Masonic Temple. L. R. Wriston, W. M. ; W. M. 
Crowell, secretary. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 261, meets first and fourth Tuesdays of 

each month, at Masonic Temple. C. W. Alexander, W. M. ; 

Powell, secretary. 

Charlotte Chapter No. 39, R. A. M., meets second and fourth 



APPENDIX. 



acting 



Friday of each month, at Masonic Temple. J. H. McAden, 
H. P. ; F. H. Glover, secretary. 

Charlotte Commandery No. 2, K. T., meets first and third 
Inursday evenings at Masonic Temple. 



Knights of Pythias. 

Charlotte Lodge No. 17, meets 



Knights of Labor. 

6687— Mecklenburg Assembly, meets every Monday night at 8 
o clock, at Davidson's, Hall. Charlotte, N. C. 7 

,9278— Charlotte Assembly, meets every Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock 
p. m., at Davidson's Hall, Charlotte, N. C. 

6736 — Honest Toilers' Assembly, meets Thursday night 
of each week, at 7 o'clock p. m„ at Gaither's Hall, .corner Fourth 
and College streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



Knights of Honor. 



Mecklenburg Lodge No. 33S , Knights of Honor, J. H V 
Ness Die; H Baumgarten, Reporter ; meets every second ai 



an 
and 



Se T Jo r fr ight ^ 6aCh month ' at 8 o'clock, at Masonic 
lempJe, North Tryon street. 



Independent Order of B'nai B'rith 

Charlotte Lodge No. 280, Independent Order B'nai B'rith C 
fourS 'E ^"f Snt ' ft Baum ^'" te "' secretary; meets every 
Trade sleef 7 ' " * ^^ ° f Lab ° r Ha "' East 



Kesher Shel Basel. 

North State Lodge No. 194, Order Kesher Shel Basel, L. Ber- 



wanger, president, R. Margolius 



secretary ; meets every fourth 



c I . . &"""-=, ov.v.n.L(uy , meets every fourth 

Sunday, at 11 o'clock, at Knights of Labor Hall, East Trade St 

Hebrew Benevolent Association. 

Hebrew Benevolent Association meets first Sunday at places 
agreed upon ; have charge of Hebrew Cemetery. H Baumtar 
ten, president ; J. Hirschinger, secretary g 



Concordia Club. 

Concordia Club L. Asiel, president, A. L. Drucker, secretary 
meets every first Monday in each month, at 8 o'clock, over D M 
Kigler s store. 



Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

A e B,!fh bU N g r ° d f C ?£ 9 ' L °" °- F " "Hfanized April 26, 1847- 
A. Bixby. N. G.; A. J. Huneycutt, V. C,; Etheridge, finan- 



APPENDIX. 



cial secretary ; H. D. Duckworth, recording secretary ; W. M. 
Crowell, treasurer. Meeting night, every Tuesday night ; over 
Merchants and Farmers National Bank. 



Young Mens' Christian Association. 

President, George B. Hanna; Vice-Presidents, J. H. Tolar, Geo. 
T. Raymond, Charles R. Sterne, M. D. L. McLcod, A. G. Brenizer; 
Recording Secretary, John H. Hood; Corresponding Secretary, S. 
W. Goodson; Financial Secretary, W. A. Truslow ; Treasurer, W. 
B. Nisbet. Meetings — Every Sunday at 5 p. m., and every Tues- 
day at 8 p. m., at the hall, over the Merchants and Farmers Na- 
tional Bank. 



Miscellaneous. 

Charlotte Typographical Union No. 44 — President, J. K. P. 
Neathery; Vice-President, M. C. Wallace; Financial Secretary and 
Treasurer, John J. Cormack; Recording Secretary, R. W. Wood- 
side; Sergeant-at-Arms, A. D. Mills. Meets first Wednesday in 
each month, at 6:30 o'clock p. m., at Knights of Labor Hall, East 
Trade street. 

Twentieth of May celebration, anniversary of first declaration of 
independence, in Courthouse yard, May 20, 1775, occurs annually. 

Brothers' Aid Association — President, J. M. Goode; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Martin Waddington; Secretary, J. C. North; Recording Sec- 
retary, Eddie Richie; Treasurer, Joseph Freeman. 

NORTH STATE CLUB. 

North State Club, R. M. Miller, president ; J, E. Carson, first 
vice-president; S. B. Tanner, second vice-president ; H. H. Orr, 
secretary; Thomas Griffith, treasurer. Board Governors — R. M. 
Miller, chairman ex officio ; R. A. Lee, W. H. Justice, C. M. Carson, 
G. W. Bryan. Meets quarterly, at 202 South Tryon street. 



MILITARY. 

- Hornets Nest Riflemen — Armory, over Ross & Adams' book 
store. Officers — Captain, T. R. Robertson; First-Lieutenant, J. 
F. Carleton; Second-Lieutenant, Heriot Clarkson; Surgeon, Dr. J. 
P. McCombs; Chaplain, Rev. A. G. McManaway; First Sergeant, 
H. A. Fortman ; Secretary, S. Watson Maxwell; Treasurer, Geo. 
J. Williams. Meets every Tuesday night. 

COLORED SOCIETIES. 
G. U. O. O. F. 
Star of Hope Lodge, No. 1790 — Thomas N. David'son, P. N. F. 
S. ; S. M. Pharr, P. S. 

Rising Star Lodge No. 1655, meets Thursday evenings. Allen 
Lewis, N. G.; John P. Smith, P. S. 

Pride of Sharon No. 2223, meets semi-monthly, on Tuesday 
nights. W. C. Smith, P. N. F.; James DeGaspry, E. S. 



24 



APPENDIX. 



Miscellaneous. 

Ch B u r rch lerl T y ^ r OCi f°-~ M ^ first Tuesday evenings, at M. E. 
Uiurch. J. M. Goode, pres.dent ; J. C. North, secretary. 

GOOD SAMARITANS. 

Reliance Lodge No. 10 (work under State Grand No 2) meets 
first and last Tuesday evenings, in Holton buildin- J ' 

Excelsior Lodge No. 26 (work under State Grand Lodge No 
to) meets first and fourth Tuesday evenings, in Springs' budding' 

Queen Grandee Lodge No. 27 (work under State Grand No" 

"Pr'cfof 3 re "" T"; 011 ^! 1 *?*** ^^ * S^gB^Sfd^ 
Prince of Peace Lodge No. 47 (work under State Grand Lodge 

rlildlS: me ^^ and f ° Urth Thursda >' eve ™^ - Springs* 

Mount Olive Degree Department (work under State Grand 

S P °rts 'tildmg' ^^ ^^ Snd (0U TUeSd ^ ^ ' * 



CHARLOTTE FIRE DEPARTMENT, 



Chief— J. M. Kendrick. 
First Assistant— P. H. Phelan. 
Second Assistant— W. E. Culpeper. 
Secretary — W. B. Correll. 
Treasurer— George Roedegar. 



Hornet Steam Engine Fire Company, JVo. 1 

SS rS - East Trade s feet, between College a'nd A. 



Pioneer Steam Engine Fire Company, STo. 2. 

Headquarters—Church street, between Trade and Fifth 
President— R. B. Hartsfield. 
Secretary— B. J. Swinson. 



Independent Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1. 

Headquarters— in City Hall building 
President— John H. Bixby. 
Vice-President— A. J. Honeycutt 
Secretary— W. J. Harrison. 
Correspondent— S. W. Goodson. 
Allerman — Monroe Stone. 



APPENDIX 



Neptune Hand Engine Fire Company (Col.). 

Headquarters — Sixth street, between Tryon and Church. 

President — M. C. Taylor. 

First Director — Alfred Dixon. 

Second Director — George Miller. 

Third Director — Eli Cunningham. 

Fourth Director — George Beard. 

Secretary — C. S. L. A. Taylor. 

Financial Secretary — J. C. North. 

Treasurer — James Bembelton. 



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^TURNER'S*- 

Charlotte Citv Directory. 



-*1887-8.»- 

Abbreviations Used in tbis Directory. 

Ab., above; advt., advertisement; av., avenue; bits., boards; bet., between; com., 
commission; com. mer., commission merchant; cor., comer; do., ditto; c.east; ft., foot; 
h., house; la., lane; rnfg., manufacturing; mfr., manufacturer; mfrs., manufacturers; 
n., north; nr., near; lab., laborer ; opp., opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post office; r., 
rooms; s., south; st., street; w., west; Wash'n, Washington; wid., widow, wks., works; 
tob., tobacco; R. & D. R. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road; gen'l mdse., general 
merchandise; supt., superintendent; C. C. & A. R. R., Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta 
Railroad; C. C. R. R., Carolina Central Rail Road. 



WHITE DEPARTMENT. 



(Colored Department in tlie back of Book.) 



J^, 



.BERNATHY JOHN, blacksmith, h5.fc.5n Poplar. 
Abernathy Miss Lundie, h 420 Mint. 
Abernathy Miss Lizzie, h 419 w Hill. 
Abernathy Thos, J., gardener, h 118 s College. 
Absalom E. C, clerk^R. & D. R. R., h 609 n C. 
ADAMS CALIB L., fish and oysters, 38 n Tryon, h 31 1 s Poplar 



Fryon, h 803 w 
li w Graham nr 



ADAMS CHARLES C, Ross & Adams, 22 s 

Tryon. 
Adams Frank, watchman, cotton seed oil mills, 

city limits. 
Adams Frank W., h 803 s Tryon. 
Adams Mrs. I. M., wid, h S03 s Tryon. 
Adams James A., plasterer, h 3 1 is Poplar. 
Adams J. J., h 313 s Church. 
Adams J. W., h 313 s Church. 
Adams William V., moulder, h3.i1 s Poplar. 
Ahrens F. W., carpenter, h 202 n Tryon. 
Albright J. H., book-keepe r Observer, r 18 s Church. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, X. C. 



E.M.Andrews,—™ 



largest stoctof FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



Alexander Abner, h Seversville. 
Alexander Miss Alice, h 400 w Trade. 
Alexander Alonzo, clerk, h 407 Pine. 
Alexander Andrew, laborer, h 26 Middle. 
Alexander Miss Bettie, h 404 n Graham. 

ALEXANDER CHARLES L., Hoffman & Alexander, bds Cen- 
tral Hotel. 
Alexander C. F., farmer, h 707 n D, 
Alexander C. W., h 304 e Sixth. 
Alexander Miss Eva, h 304 e Sixth. 
Alexander Frank, clerk, h 512 n Graham. 
Alexander Isaac, clerk, r 313 n Tryon. 
Alexander James, butcher, h 407 Pine. 
Alexander Jasper, h 313 n Graham. 
Alexander Jeff, clerk, h 407 Pine. 

Alexander Miss Jennie, dressmaker, h 404 n Graham. 
Alexander Miss Jennie, h 214 w Fifth. 
Alexander John, farmer and drayman, h 921 e Trade. 
Alexander John B., student, h 214 w Fifth. 
Alexander John W., clerk, bds s Tryon. 
Alexander Miss Lucy P., school teacher, h 214 w Fifth. 
Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Alexander Miss Mary, h 214 w Fifth. 
Alexander Mrs. Mary, wid, h 921 e Trade. 
Alexander Mrs. M. M., wid, h 404 n Graham. 
Alexander Miss N. J., h 602 n Tryon. 
Alexander Miss Nona, dress maker, h 921 e 
Alexander Peter, engineer, h 314 w Ninth. 
Alexander Richard B., R. B. Alexander & 

307 n Tryon. 
Alexander R. B. & Co., grocers, 309 n Tryon. 
Alexander Mrs. S. A. C, wid. Dr. E. C, h 214 w Fifth. 
Alexander S. P., bds Belmont House. 
Alexander Miss Sophia, h 400 w Trade. 
Alexander Thomas L., dry goods, h 512 n Graham. 
ALEXANDER WALTER S., (Seigle & Co.) h 317 w Fifth. 
ALEXANDER WILLIAM C, Hargrave & Alexander, dry 

goods, etc., 33 e Trade, h 214 w Fifth. 
Alexander William R., printer, h 921 e Trade. 
Allen Dewitt E., com. salesman, r 31 e Trade. 
Allen W. H., machinist, h 706 north C. 
Allison Miss Bettie, h 818 s Tryon. 
Allison T. A., yard despatcher R. & D. depot, h 500 north A. 

CALL on J. ]ST. MCOAUSLAND, for Stoves, Ranges 
and Furnaces. 209 south Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. ' 



Trade. 
Co., 305 n Tryon, h 



UGIIES' QTJ-INTXE HAIR TOXIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 
thoroughly eradicates Dandruff, and stops the hair tailing. Prepared by R. EL 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryon and 1 B. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



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Allison P. C, contractor, h S 1 8 s Tryon. 

Allison John A., R. R. conductor, h 511 n College. 

Allison Mrs. M. E., wid., h 511 n College. 

Alston Mrs. M. W., school teacher, h 206 e Fifth. 

Amos Robert, secty, bds Mrs. Young, n Tryon. 

Anderson David H., cashier bank, h 508 e Graham. 

Anderson John A., clerk, h cor. Church and 2nd. 

MDJJEW'S EDGAR M., furniture and undertaking and mattress 



manufacturing, 16 w Trade, h 212 e Sixth. 
Andrews Miss Mary, h 212 e Sixth. 
Andrews Mrs. S. B., wid., h 212 e Sixth. 

ANDREWS MISS SALLIE &., book-keeper, Dodge House. 
ANTHONf & BRYCE, coal and ice dealers, 233,0 Trade and N 

C. R. R. 
Anthony Gustus, carpenter, h 710 north D. 
ANTHONY COL. JAMES W., (Anthony & Bryce) 233 e Trade, 

h 303 e Fifth. 
Archer Evan, h 407 e Seventh. 
Archer Joseph H., h 407 e Seventh. 
Archer Miss Lilian, h 407 e Seventh. 
Archer William, conductor W. R. R., h 508 n Church. 
Hsu-grave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Kvitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 3o E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
\/ Arledge McDuff, farmer, h 316 s College. 
Arledge Richard F., clerk, h 316 s College. 
Arledge Thomas D., operator, h 316 s College. 
Armstrong John, presser at Latta's, h 308 north E. 
Armstrong Miss Lizzie, seamstress, h 308 north E. 
ARNDT RUDOLPH, Central Hotel Wine and Billiard Parlors, 

9 s Tryon, h 206 north B. See advt. 
Asbury Burke E., clerk, h cor. Ninth and C. 
Asbury Charles H., h 615 north B. 
Asbury Eugene, h 406 w ninth. 
Asbury Eli B., cotton grader, h 615 north B. 
Asbury E T., h 215 e Fifth. 
ASBURY & FINGER, contractors and builders, 300 e Fifth and 

503 e Trade. 
ASBURY JOSIAH, contractor and builder and saw mill, 215 c 

Fifth, h do. 
Asbury James E., clerk, h 615 north B. 
Asbury Mrs. Kate D., wid. William, h 618 e Ninth. 
Asbury Mrs. Lou, wid. George, h 508 north E. 
Asbury Mary M., h 615 north B. 
Asbury Mrs. M. P., wid., h 615 north B. 

Stamp Batteries, Pony Batteries. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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El J A J i Can furnish all you want f( 

v A n n rp Ws «* h «. baby carriage, 
. 1Y1. 1Y.LIUI V> VV iJ COFFIN. 16 W. Trad- 



Can furnish all youwant_for a Wedding Presont — 
or your last want — a 
'ade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY— White. 



ASBURY O. F., deputy tax collector, 34 w Trade, h 215 e Fifth. 
ASBURY SAMUEL G., Asbury & Finger, contractors and 

builders, h 209 e Fifth. 
Asile L., clerk, bds. Commercial Hotel. 
Associated Railway of Virginia and the Carolinas, joint agency, 

Thomas C. James agent, 40 e Trade. 
.ATKINSON A. I)., J. M. Atkinson & Co., props. Buford House, 

39 s Tryon. 
ATKINSON J. M., J. M. Atkinson & Co., props. Buford House, 

. 39 s Tryon. 
ATKINSON J. M. & CO., props. Buford House, 39 s Tryon. 
ATKINSON SAM. E., clerk Buford House, 39 s Tryon. 
AUFRECHT M. HARRIS, fine wall decorator and painter, 38 

s Tryon, bds Commercial Hotel. 
Austin Miss Eunice, h Seversville. 
Austin John D., bar clerk, h 618 north D. 
Austin William H., lineman VV. U. T. Co., h 241 w Trade 
Avita Augustine, confectionery, 1 e Trade, h 807 Mint 
Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning iu it. Ladies, 

Try Iocuta for the Skin. 



>ABINGTON Elisha J., moulder, h 210 n Myers. 
Badger Charles L., clerk, h 18 w Seventh. 
BADGER ORRIN VV., wholesale liquor dealer, 205 e Trade, h 

18 w Seventh. 
Bagwell John A., life insurance, I1213 e Seventh. 
Bailey James G., bar clerk, bds Seventh. 
Bailey Richard B., law student, h 402 w Fifth 
Bailey William H., lawyer, r 13, 12 n Church, h 402 w Fifth 
BAKER ARTHUR F., manager for William Baker, 5 s Tryon, 

h 206 e Sixth. 
Baker C. M., groceries, h Seversville. 
BAKER JOHN, piano tuner, 5 s Tryon, h 206 e Sixth 
Baker Miss Littie, h Biddleville. 
BAKER PROF. WILLIAM, pianos and organs 5 s Tryon, h 

206 e Sixth. 
Banks Jesse C, confectioner, h 214 n Tryon. 
Banks Oscar, foreman Liddell & Co., h 13 s B 
Barrier, B., bds Central Hotel. 
Barnes William R., yardman, h 312 s College. 
BARNETT BENJAMIN W., (Barnett & Bethune, groceries,) 

21 e Trade, bds Central Hotel. 
BARNETT & BETHUNE, groceries and provisions 21 e Trade, 

see advertisement. 



J. 



N. MCOAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



a. Xj. jljdj^Ml^. 



DEALER IX 



fTish, Oysters and (^l&ms. 



ALSO, 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 



38 N. Tryon Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



BARNETT & BETHUNE, 



DEALERS IN 



iiPiRAYY /IJSTD F/INCYi* 

GROCERIES, 



21 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



The citizens of Charlotte and surrounding community will find it to 
their advantage to call and 

Examine Our Prices and Goods. 



We mean what we say. Give us a call and be convinced. 



W. P. BYNUM. 



W. P. BYNUM, JR. 



BARTLETT SHIPP. 



m ynucd, * m ynu(t> m* » 

^tt©^Ki^|jS ®^d Qounsellorg cat ficaaj, 



26 West Trade Street, 



Office in Harty Building. 

Jfjgr" Practice in State and Federal Courts. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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E.M. Andrews, Efi 



FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 

Prices. 1G West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— Whims-. 



Barnette William M., clerk, h 701 w Trade 

Barnwell J. Singleton, h 217 n Tryon 

Barrett Mrs. Sarah, wid. Ben, h 406 w Trade 

BARRIER CAPT. W. A., Private Classical School 214 n Pop- 
lar, h 602 n Tryon 

Barringer Miss Carrie, h 703 n Graham 

Barringer M. L., h 703 n Graham. 

Barringer Rufus, lawyer, 26 w Trade, h 4 1 1 n Tryon. 

Barry James A., weather observer, S. C, U. S. A. 5 e Trade, h 
505 north A. 

Barouch Hardie, h 406 w Trade. 

Baruch Hermann, (Wittkowsky & Baruch 8 to 14 w Trade) h 406 
w Trade. 

Barouch Joseph, h 406 w Trade. 

Bartley J., keeper guard house, h 209 w Fourth. 

Bartley Thomas, clerk, h 209 w Fourth. 

Baskerville Capt. J. G., ticket agent C. C. RR depot, h 806 north B 

Baskins W., clerk, h 209 e Fifth. 

Bason George F., attorney-at-lavv, r 12, 12 n Church h 214 w 
Myers. 

Bason Henry A., railroad conductor, h 721 e College 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 
Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 

Bass A. 0., carpenter, h 13 cotton factory row 

Bastine Lee, h 402 w Trade 

Bastin , h 402 w Trade 

Bates E. L., clerk, 312 Mint 

Baumgarten Henry, photographer, 7 w Trade, h 300 s Church. 

Baumgarten Moses, photographer, h 300 s Church. 

Baumgarten Miss Rosa, h 300 s Church. 

Beall Capt. A. J., com. mer. 9 e Trade, h 313 s Church. 

Beall S. O., bds Central Hotel 

Beattie A. M., gen'l mer. 416 e Seventh, h 414 do. 

Beattie Miss Davie, h 515 c Ninth. 

Beattie Frank, h 710 s Church. 

Beattie J. F., groceries 707 e Sixth, h 709 do. 

Beattie L. Frank, h 502 west A. 

Beattie L. F., laborer, h 611 south E. 

Beattie Miss Maggie, h 515 c Ninth. 

Beattie Mrs. M. C, wid. Andrew, h 515 e Ninth. 

Beattie Robert A. groceries 414 c Ninth, h 412 do. 

Beattie S. W., carpenter, h 705 e Sixth. 

Bechtler Mrs. Jennie, wid. Charles, h 309 south C. 

Beck Robert T., drug clerk, bds Central Hotel. 



REMEMBER 



I AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES.— 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



HUGHES' CHERRY A?sD GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for tho rapid 
cure of all affections of the Lungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by li. II. 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 3 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, M, 0. 



DIRECTORY — Wjtitb. 



Beeman W. T., lumber, h n Tryon ist h ab C. C. RR 

Belk Capt. S. E., r 217 n Tryon. 

Bell Edward S., clerk R. & D. R. R., h 4 n Tryon. 

Bell E. S., clerk, bds Belmont Hotel 

Bell Joseph C, book-keeper, h 15 w Trade. 

Bell Mme. Minnie, 412 e Third. 

BELMONT HOTEL, H. C. Eccles, proprietor, 24 e Trade. 

Bencini James, yard master C. C. & A. R. R., bds 238 w Tryon. 

Bennett J A., carpenter, h 609 e Seventh. 

Bennett John, painter, h 701 e Eighth. 

Bennett Lewis, h 516 e Seventh. 

Bennett Mrs. Lucy, h 516 e Seventh. 

Bennett W. F., groceries 617 e Seventh, h 615 do. 

Benoy Lawrence, oiler cotton mill, h 13 n Poplar. 

Benson Mrs. L. E. (Benson & Reeves), h 502 e Fifth, 14 u Trade 

Benson John, h 502 e Fifth. 

Benson & Reeves, milliners, 14 e Trade 

Bernstene Bennie, salesman, h 404 s Church. 

Berryhill Alex., clerk, h 507 n Poplar. 

Berryhill Earnest, clerk, h 507 n Poplar. 

BERRYHILL & JOHNSTON, Charlotte Marble and Granite- 
Works, 237 w Trade opp First Presbyterian church. 

Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as EtepresentedYor Money Refunded. 33 E. Trade. 

BERRYHILL WILLIAM &., (Berryhill & Johnston), h 407 n 
Church. 

Berwanger Bros., clothiers, 6 w Trade. 

Berwanger David, (Berwanger Bros. 6 w Trade), h 508 n Tryon 

Berwanger Louis, (Berwanger Bros. 6 w Trade), h 508 n Tryon 

Bethune Mrs. A., wid, h 306 n Trvon * 

BETHUNE JOHN B., (Barnett & Bethune), h 409 Pine 

Biggers Mrs. E. G., widow, h 308 w Seventh. 

Biggert Joseph, tailor, h 206 w Second. 

Billeter Mrs Mary, h Trade. 

Bingham M. W., carpenter, h 205 w Trade. 

Bissell Miss Nora, h 402 south C. 

Bita A., fruits and confections, 1 n Tryon, h 807 Mint. 

Bivens Mrs. Sarah, widow, E910 s Tryon. 

Bixby John A., salesman, h-12 e Morehead 

Bixby John S., telephone operator, h 12 e Morehead 

Black Mrs. E. M. widow, h 511 Mint. 

Black Jack, horse dealer, h 507 n Myers. 

Black Thomas, machinist, h 511 Mint. 

Black Wm. J., h 202 e Trade. 

-CORNISH PUMPS, PLUNGER & LIFTING 

MECKLENBUEG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



I. 



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. . Can supply you with any article to be found in a 

P VV S First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
V^VVO 16WcstTradf 



rade Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



Black VV. J., h 215 e Sixth. 

Blackwelder Calvin L. tinsmith 505 e Trade, h do. 

Blackwelder Charles, machinist, h 609 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder Mrs. Laura, dressmaker. 305 e Trade. 

Blackwelder L. A. policeman, h 607 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder Miss Louise, 607 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 607 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder Miss Sarah, dressmaker, 607 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder St. Clair, machinist, h 607 w Seventh. 

Blackwelder- William, clerk, 11418 n Church. 

Blair Ballard, engineer Air-Line Division, h 14 Cedar. 

BLAKEY R. E., newspaper, book and job printing, and printer of 
this Directory, 8 n College and 207 e Trade, [see advertise- 
ment] h 212 e Fifth. 
BLAND DK, MORTIMER A., surgeon dentist. 21 n Tryon, 
bds Central Hotel. 

Blalock J. M., groceries, 632 s Church, h do. 

Bloom, h 305 s Church. 

Bloom Mrs. Mary, wid. John F., h 804 w trade. 

Bodenheimer Oscar, wks furniture manufactory, h 302 n Smith. 

Bonney F. P. L., clerk, 211 w Eighth. 

Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 

Cough Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Booker Miss Rosa, h 306 north B. 

Boon Alexander G., engineer C C. railroad, h 511 n Church. 
■ Boon John, engineer, h 215 s Graham. 
Borem M., com. trav, h 509 n Tryon 
Boshamer William G., com. traveller, h 603 n Church. 
Bossheimer William, clerk, h 403 e Ninth. 
Bost N. A., joiner, h 307 e Sixth. 

BOTANIC DEPARTMENT Parke, Davis & Co., 206 s College. 
Bowen Miss Lula, h 804 w Trade. 
Bowers Mrs. Nannie, h Biddleville. 
Bowles A. R., r 25 w Trade. 
Boyce Samuel C, drummer, h 501 e Eighth. 
BOYD B. P, magistrate, 19 w Trade 
Boyd Miss Cornelia, h 702 n Tryon 
Boyd Miss Emma, h 702 n Tryon 
Boyd Miss Ida, h 702 n Tryon 
Boyd Miss Sue, h 702 n Tryon 
Boyd George Jr., carpenter, h 221 n Tryon. 
Boyd George Sr., railroader, h 221 n Tryon. 
Boyd Harry, painter, h 221 n Tryon. 
Boyd Lee, carpenter, h cor n Poplar and railroad. 









FOR 



SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES m &' 

J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



I7G TIES' EMEL-JON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable Preparation made. 
Prepared by E. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryou and 1 East Trade .Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Wirrra, 



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Boyd T. L., carpenter, h 608 s Church. 

Boyd William M., book-keeper,, h 706 n Tryon. 

B0Y3E JAMES S. (Hales & Boyne), bds Central Hotel. 

Boyte Jos:ph M., policeman, r City Hall. 

Boyte J. C. propri.-tor Mansion House, 205 w Trade. 

Boyte W. F., snipping clerk W & B., h 205 w Trade. 

Bradley Mrs. S. M., wid. George W., h 507 Pine 

Bradshavv C, boarding house, h 3-1 1 s Church 

Brady Archie, bank clerk, r 207 n Tryon 

Brandon Jam :s H., carder cotton mill, h 6 cotton factory row. 

•Bratton Dr. Edward, physician and surgeon, office at Wriston's 

drug store, h 233 w Tryon. 
Bratton Robert E., clerk, h 409 s Tryon. 
Bratton R. T., h 223 w Tryon. 
Bray N. A., h 206 e Sixth. 

BREM BR. CHARLES, insurance agent, bds Central Hotel 
BREM II. (.!., (Brem & McDowell 26 and 28 s College), h Trade. 
BREM & M'DOWELL, machinery, safes and mining supplies 

26 and 28 s College. 
Brem Mrs. T. H., h 603 n Tryon 
BREM WALTER V., (Brem & McDowell 26 and 28 s College), 

h 306 w Trade. 
Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants. Make 

a Specialty of Dress Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Bremah Mrs. Maria, wid Alex., h 506 north B. 
Brenizer Addison G., cashier Commercial National bank h ?o6 

e C. 
Brennecke Charles, telegraph operator, "bds Dodge House 
BREVARD DR. ROBERT J., physician and surgeon, office at 

Reece & Co.'s drug store, h 306 s Tryon. 
Brewbaker Mrs. Jane, h 208 w Second. 
Brewer Fred, h 227 Vance. 
Brewer Raleigh, carpenter, h 227 Vance. 
Briard Miss Nittie, school teacher, h 601 e Seventh, 
Bridges Frank, carpenter, h 632 Mint. 
Bfi'DCKEXBROUGH GEORGE II., (Scoville & Brocken- 

brough, proprietors Central Hotel), 7 s Tryon. 
Broom James, street car driver, h 302 Vance. 
Broom John W., h s Poplar near Hill. 
Brothers J. L., boarding house, 914 n Tryon 
Brothers Margaret H., h 202 n Tryon. 
Broughton Madison, mail agent C, C. and A. R. 

Brown Mrs. , tailoress, h 608 s Church. 

Brown A. B., yard master Air-Line railroad, h 901 n Graham. 



R., h 507 w Trade. 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N, C. 



£. M. fttidrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of a-ny-' 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTEE. 



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DIRECTORY —White. 



404 e 
hard- 



lege. 

res. Belmont Hotel, 
ker & Co., 201 s Tryon, 



h 



Brown Mrs. Fannie, h 418 s Church. 

Brown Mrs. H. T., wid., h 404 w Fifth. 

Brown James, brickmason, 302 n Smith. 

Brown James D., brickmason, h 410 e Fifth. 

Brown Col. J. E., lawyer, r 6, ion Church, h 503 w Trade 

BROWN JOHN L., Brown, Weddington & Co., 29 e Trade. 

408 e Trade. 
Brown Mrs. M. K., boarding house, h 408.11 College. 
BROWN PETER M,, Brown, Weddington & Co., 29 e Trade, 

408 e Trade. 
BROWN REV. S, D., (Craftsman office), h 205 w Trade 
BROWN REV. T. S., St. Mark's English Lutheran, h 

Trade. 
BROWN, WEDDINGTON & CO., wholesale and retail 

ware, 29 e Trade. 
Brumfield Willie M., salesman, h n Co 
Bryan E. K., freight clerk C. C. R. R. 
BRYAN BENJAMIN K., L. J. Wa 

203 do. 

BRYAN GEORGE W., H. C. Eccles & Co., h Belmont Hotel. 
Bryan H. R., freight clerk C. C. R. R., h Belmont Hotel. 
For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Bryant Miss Josephine, h 313 south C. 
BRYCE JOHN" G„ Anthony & Bryce, h 505 n Tryon, bet Eighth 

and Ninth. 
Bryce Miss Carrie, 505 n Tryon 
Bryce Miss Eva, 505 n Tryon 
Bryce J. G., 505 n Tryon 
Bryce Miss Julia, 505 n Tryon 
Bryce W. H, cotton buyer, h 919 n Tryon 
Buchanan Fred., clerk, h 311 w Trade. 
Buchanan W. F., wines and liquors, 204 e Trade and 201 w Trade, 

h 31 1 do. 
Buck W. M., supt. Raymond Mine, h 800 w Trade. 
BUFORD HOUSE, J. M. and A. D. Atkinson, proprietors, 39 s 

Tryon. 
BUFORD HOUSE BILLIARD PARLOR, J. M. Kendrick, 

proprietor, 39 s Tryon. 
Burbank Perry, bds Central Hotel 

Burwell Capt. Armisted (Burwell & Walker), 105 n Tryon 
Burwell Miss Ella, 105 n Tryon 
Burwell & Walker ( A. Burwell and P. D. Walker), lawyers, r 5, 

10 n Church 



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URNACES AND HEATERS A 

SPECIALTY. J. ST. MeCAUSLAND, 300 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. X. C. 



ttUGHSS' 



CARBOLIC MOTITn WASH- ' Prepared by 

R. H. JORDAN' & CO., Druggists, 
3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N. 0. 

DIRECTORY. — YViitte. I 



Burroughs John C, wagon dealer, 43 s CoHege, h 400 s Tryon. 
BUKWELL & DUNN, druggists, 2 s Tryon and 1 w Trade, (see 

advt. back cover). 
Burwell Mrs. Mattie, wid. Edmond, h"628 n College. 
Burwell, Springs & Lee, cotton brokers, 17 n College. 
BUKWELL WILLIAM R., Burwell & Dunn, 2 w Tryon and 1 

n Trade, h 13 e Eleventh. 
Butler Arthur C, locksmith, h Sixth. 
BUTLER JOHN T., watchmaker and jeweler, 1 1 11 Tryon, h 

613s Tryon. 
Butt A. L., artist, h 420 s Church 
BUTT C. N. G., asst. cashier Merchants' and Farmers' National 

Bank, h 312 e Fifth 
BUTT C. X. G. & CO., fire insurance, 35 e Trade 
Butterworth William A., clerk car record, office R. & D. R. R, b 

510 n Tryon 
BLYNUM, BYNUM & SHIPP, attorneys and counsellors at law, 

26 w Trade. 
BYNUM WILLIAM P., JR., Bynurn, Bynum & Shipp, 26 w 

Trade, bds. Buford House. 
BYNUM JUDGE WILLIAM P., SB., Bynum, Bynum & Shipp, 

26 w Trade, h 501 e Trade. 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Byerly Daniel H., tinsmith, h 501 n Poplar 
Byerly John, (Byerly & Creswell), h 501 n Poplar 
Byerly Miss Mary, h 501 n Poplar 
Byerly William J., machinist, h 501 n Poplar 
Byers Dr. James W. doctor, 31 s Tryon, bds. Buford House 



AIN HOMER C, h 507 s Tryon. 
Cain Miss Lucy, h 600 n Tryon. 
CALDER JOHN, groceries, etc., 230 n Tryon, h 411 n Church. 

Caldwell , lab., h 720 north E. 

Caldwell Mrs. Angeline, boarding house, h 216 w Fourth. 

Caldwell A Shorter, R. & D. R. R., h nr city limits. 

Caldwell Miss Bertie L., h 216 w Fourth. 

Caldwell D. A., h 403 e Seventh. 

Caldwell George W., carpenter, h 623 north B. 

Caldwell J. T., Supt. Graded Schools, bds. Central Hotel. 

Caldwell Miss Sallie, h 216 w Fourth. 

Caldwell Thomas E., h 216 w Fourth. 

Caldwell William, farmer, h 216 w Fourth. 



Concentrators, and all Mining Supplies. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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10 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 





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10 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



J. H. VanNess, 
k PHOT0GRAPRER. * 

2i North Tryon Street, opposite Charlotte Hotel, 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



PHOTOGRAPHS IN ALL SIZES. 

COPIES OP OLD' PICTURES MADE IN 

Photographs, Crayon, Oil and Water Colors. 



A FINE ASSORTMENT OP 



iiFRACDES • /IJNTO * MOULDIJNTGS.if 



-AT- 



W. B. Taylor's Restaurant 

ARE 

L RUITS;OOXFECTIONERIES, 
JL TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 

No. 22 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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E carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &o; R. H. JORDAN & CO., 'Druggists, 

3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N.'c. 



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Callahan Thomas B., optician, r 39 w Trade. 
Calvert John, cotton buyer, 202 e Trade, h n Tryon. 
Callahan Miss Mary A., h 613 e Seventh. 
Callahan John C, confectioner, r Tryon. 
Callahan John C, optician, 39 w Trade. 
Campion B. Frar^k, cabinet-maker, h 706 north B. 
Camp Miss Beula\ h 206 n Myers. 
Campbell E. W., book-keeper, bds. Dodge House. 
Campbell George W., drug clerk, r e Trade. 
Campbell John, baler, cotton mill, h 12 Cotton Factory Row- 
Campion Miss Kate, h 706 north B. 
Campion Miss Maggie, dressmaker, h 706 north B. 
Campion Miss Mary, dressmaker, h 706 north B. 
Campion W. C, carpenter, h 216 e Eighth. 
CA'USLER EDWAED T., attorney at law, 10 > 



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Carlton J. F., book-keeper, bds. Dodge House. 

Carolina Central Depot, J. G. Baskerville, agent, n end of Tryon 

Carolina Central Railroad Freight Office, K. S. Finch, agent, e 

' Trade, cor. A. 
Carpenter Alf, h rear 415 n College. 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Nice Lane of Gents' Furnishing* 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, X. C. 
Carpenter William P., millwright, h 605 w Eighth. 
Carra D, bds Central Hotel 
CARSON BROS., storage and commission merchants and grain 

and feed dealers, 22 e Fourth. 
Carson C. M., Carson & Setzer, h 502 s Tryon. 

CARSON JAMES E., Carson Bros., 22 e Fourth, h 502 s Tryon 
CARSON JAMES H., President Charlotte Gaslight Co., h 502 s 

Tryon. 
Carson Miss Jane, h 9 n Poplar. 

CARSON JOHN S., Carson Bros., 22 e Fourth, h 502 s Tryon. 
Carson R. C, h 502 s Tryon. 
Carter Prof, school teacher, h 310 e Fifth. 
Carter Mrs. Maggie, wid. Alfred, h 313 n Graham. 
CAR R AWAY REV. P. J„ Presiding Elder of Methodist Church, 

h 213 e Sixth. 
Carrigan Mrs. E. A., wid. William, I1911 s Church. 
Cassady James, carpenter, h 505 e Smith. 
Cassady Miss Lizzie, h 505 Smith. 

CATES VINCENT H., shoemaker, 6 e Trade, h 923 e Trade. 
Cathey Joseph, cook county jail, r do. 309 Mint. 
Cathey William H, clerk, h 302 w Second. 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

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Chapman Miss Rachael, dressmaker, 636 w Seventh. 
Chapman Robert P., janitor at mint, h 6c6 s Seventh. 
CENTRAL HOTEL, Scoville & Brockenbrough, props., 7 s 

Try, on. 
CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE THE, issued daily and weekly, 

William S. Hemby, ed. and. prop., 45 s Trade, (see advt.) 
Charlotte City Water Works, 10 vv Try on-. 
CHARLOTTE COTTON AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE, J. 

F. Lyon, manager, 42 e Trade. 
Charlotte Cotton Compress Co., Capt. W. H. Edwards, supt, next 

R. & D. freight office. 
CHARLOTTE COTTON MILLS, R. M. Oates, president, works 

on w Fifth St., near R. R. 
Charlotte Hotel, Mrs. J. H. Hamilton, prop., 28 n Try on 
CHARLOTTE HOME-DEMOCRAT, published every Friday, 

Yates & Strong, eds. and props., 34 e Trade. 
CHARLOTTE MESSENGER, issued every Saturday, W. C. 
Smith, ed. and prop., (col.), 22 w Fourth, bet. Tryon and 
Church. 
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, daily and weekly, Col. C. R. Jones, 

ed. and prop., 4 s Tryon. 
Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 

Cough Mixture, and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
CHARLOTTE PLANING MILL AND BELLOWS FAC- 
TORY, Newcomb Bros., agents, Ninth and N. C. Railroad. 
(See advt.) 
Charlotte Real Estate Agency, Cochrane & Jones, 7 e Trade. 
CHARLOTTE STEAM GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS, 
Berryhill & Johnston, props., Trade, opp. First Presby- 
terian Church. 
CHARLOTTE GAS LIGHT CO., J. H. Carson, president, S. E. 

Linton, supt., 212 s College. 
Charlotte Electric Light Co., P. Burbank, supt., 12 e Fifth. 
CHARLOTTE FEMALE ACADEMY, College, bet. Ninth and 

Eleventh streets. 
Chambers Henry VV., telegraph operator, bds. Dodge House. 
CHAMBERS J. L., (Liddell & Co.), h 700 e Trade. 
CHESHIRE REV. JOSEPH B., Rector St. Peter's Episcopal 

Church, h 313 n Church. 
Christie P. B., com. salesman, bds. Central Hotel. 
Chelson Josephine, tailoress, h 206 n Tryon. 
Chick James, painter, h 307 e Smith. 
Chick L. W., painter, h 307 e Smith. 
Church John D., life insurance, 7 e Trade, h 600 n Tryon. 

P al forSiS ,tb Stoves and Tinware. 



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2 North Tryon anil 1 East Trade Streets, Charlottk, N. C, 



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Trade, h 807 s 



CITY HALL, 301 n Tryon. 

Clarence Mrs. Lizzie, wid, h 22 Middle. 

Clark H. W, gold miner, bds Central Hotel 

CLARKSON HERIOT, lawyer, room 12, 12 n Church, h 18 ex 

Fifth. 
Clarkson Miss Maggie, school teacher, h 18 ex Fifth. 
Clarkson T. S., conductor Piedmont Air-Line, h 415 s Church. 
Clarkson Capt. William, conductor A. T and O. R. R., h. 18 ex 

Fifth. 
Claugh John, railroader, h bey C. C. railroad. 
Clay Charlie, painter, h 610 s Smith. 

CLINAKD JOHN A., manager for Field Bros., h 400 n Poplar. 
Clouce Daniel, painter, h 416 s Church. 
Clouce John, drayman, h 704 s Church. 
Clouce Joseph, h 412 s Church. 
Clay Mrs. Amanda, tailoress, h 18 Middle. 
Cobb Mrs. C. A., wid., h 807 s Tryon. 
COBB J. WALTER, register of deeds, 34 

Tryon. 

Cobble, machinist, h 901 n Graham. 

Cobble Charles, fireman Air-Line railroad, h 901 n Graham. 
At Hargrave & Alexander's You can find the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Cochrane Robert E., Cochrane & Jones, insurance and real estate, 

7 e Trade, h 601 n College. 
Cochrane Robert L., insurance and real estate, 7 e Trade, h 601 

n College. 
Cochrane Willia,m R., billiard clerk, h 311 w Seventh. 
Cochrane Miss Minnie A., h 601 n College. 
Cody J. T., carpenter, h 702 north D. 
Cody Miss Lula, twister, cotton mill, h 311 n Graham. 
Cody Mrs. Martha, widow, h 3 1 1 n Graham. . 
Cody Mrs. Mary E., widow,- h 311 n Graham. 
Cogbill Augustus E., meat market, 25 e Trade, h 706 north D. 
Cogbill Mrs. Mary C, wid. A. E., h 706 north D. 
COHEN S. A., Elias & Cohen, 15 and 17 n Tryon, r do. 
Colladay Miss Kate, dressmaker, 219 n Tryon, h cor Eleventh and 

College. 
Collet Robert, machinist, h 304 e Fifth. 
Collier Harriet C, -widow, h 605 e Ninth. 
Collier William J., carpenter, h 605 e Ninth. 
Colvert John J., cotton merchant, h 509 n Tryon. 
Colvin Mrs. Rhoda, wid. James, h 313 n Graham. 



WBITE for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 






E.M. Andrews, " 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
ASKETS in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street. Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— Wlhte. 



White, president, A. G. Breni- 

32 and 



Commercial Natonal Bank, R. M 
zer, cashier, 45 s Tryon. 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, H. Frankenthal, proprietor, 
34 s Tryon. 

Cooper J. B., watchman C C. R. R. depot, h '506 north A 

COOPER THOMAS S., sheriff, 34 w Trade, h 214 n Church. 

Coppala Michael, musician, h 406 w Tenth. 

Corlew Prof. J. T., supt school, bds Central Hotel 

CORRELL WILLIAMS., foreman job Department Daily Ob- 
server, h 414 n Church. 

Cormack Mrs. Ellen, h 612 e Stonewall. 

Cormack John J., printer, h 406 s Church. 

Cormack Miss Mary E., h 612 e Stonewall. 

Covert, Mrs. Cornelia, dressmaker, [4 n Church, h do. 

Cowles W. D., book-keeper First Com. Bank, h 407 s Tryon. 

Coxe Mrs. Alice, widow, h 513 s Tryon. 

CRAFTSMAN THE, published every Friday, King & Brown, 
editors and proprietors, 8 n College. 

Creig Freddie, tinner, h 628 Mint. 

Creig James, tailor, h 628 Mint. 

Creighton Charles W., slate roofer, h 630 s Church. 

For Diarrhoea. Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 
Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 

Creighton James B., car inspector, also 

317 do. 

Creighton J. M., Jr., car inspector R. and D. R. R. h 630 s Church 
Creighton J. M., h 630 s Church. 

Creighton O. L., engineer R and D. R. R„ h 630 s Church. 
Crenshaw Mrs. Margaret, wid. William, h 807 e Trade. 
Creswell Charles M., book-keeper, h Mint. 
Creswell John, clerk, h Mint. 

Creswell Tally, engineer Air-Line R. R., h 901 n Graham. 
Creswell Thomas, engineer Air-Line R. R., fa 901 n Graham. 
Crider John, horse dealer, bds 28 n Tryon. 
Crider T. J., bar clerk, bds Charlotte Hotel. 
Cross Mrs. H., boarding house, 208 s Tryon. 
Cross William, h 208 s Tryon. 
CBOWELL ABRAHAM H., JR., dealer in lumber, shingles 

and laths, 22 n College, h 507 e Ninth. 
Crowell M. C, book-keeper, h 307 e Sixth. 
CROVVELL WILSON M., Star Corn and Feed Mills, 306 e 

Trade, h do. 
Cruce Allan, drayman, h 206 n College. 



grocer, 319 south B, h 



^member I 



MAT J.N. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN HOOKER. 
09 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



HUGHES' PECTORAL SYRUP— an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 
HOARSENESS. Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 

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CRUSH WILLIAM, president Southern Chemical Company, h 

508 north B 
Culbertson Walter, .clerk, h e Fifth 
Culpepper Reuben, moulder, h 701 w Trade 
Culpepper Reuben, Jr., groceries, 701 w Trade, h 701 do. 
Culpepper Robert, machinist, h 701 w Trade. 
Culpepper William E., moulder, h 10 ex Fifth. 
Cunningham J. C, machinist, h 612 e Stonewall. 
Cunningham Mack, hackman, h 417 n College. 
Cureton Thomas J., cotton buyer, h 503 n Church. 
Curtis M. M., com. traveller, h 9 Clarkson. 
Cushing Mrs. C. E., wid. William J., 602 w Seventh. 
Cushing Joseph B., fireman R. & D. R. R. yard, 602 w Seventh. 
Cuthbertson Mrs. J. M., h 200 north B. 



ID, 



'ANIEL COL. A. G., com. trav,, h 308 e Ninth. 
Daniel Miss Minnie C, h 308 e Ninth. 
Darrah J. F., bds Buford House 
Davidson A. B., real estate, h 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Miss Augusta, h 204 Mint 
Hargrave & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 

orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 
Davidson Anna, h 601 e Ninth 
Davidson Miss Annie, h 313 e Seventh 
Davidson Baxter (Davidson & Pigford), fruit and confectionery, 

17 e Trade, h 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Miss Blandie, h 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Charles M., clerk, h 18 n B 
Davidson Edward, machinist, h 601 e Ninth 
Davidson Edwin C, h 412 w second 

DAVIDSON & ORIFFIN, livery stable, 233 e Trade 
Davidson James B., h 204 Mint 

Davidson James F., carpenter and builder, 601 e Ninth 
DAVIDSON JOHN C. (John C. Davidson & Son), 219 e Trade, 

h Sixth 
DAVIDSON JOHN C. & SON, tinware and crockery, 219 e 

Trade 
Davidson John R., canvasser, h 313 e Seventh 
DAVIDSON JOSEPH B. (J. B. Davidson & Son), 219 c Trade, 

h Sixth 
Davidson Dr. J. S. M., druggist, 207 w Trade, h 215 w Tenth 
DAVIDSON J. RILEY (Davidson & Griffin), h 18 n B 
Davidson Miss Julia, h 204 Mint 



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Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelop^ 

Cards, Tags, Receipts, Circulars, Bank Supplies, 

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TJGFTES' DRY CIIAMPOO— for '.Cleansing the Sealp and assenting Dandruff— 
Prepared by Ii II. JORDAN & CO.. Drllggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Chatlotte, N. C. 



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Ninth 



bds. 



34 w Trade, cor, 



Davidson Leroy, h 303 s Tryon 

Davidson P., real estate, h 303 s Tryon 

Davidson Miss Sallie,- h 303 s Tryon 

Davidson Miss S. F., h 204 Mint 

Davidson William, moulder, h 601 

Davidson William F., h 204 Mint 

Davies D., clerk, r 217 n Tryon 

Davis Charles, h 303 s Graham 

DAVIS MKS. E. M., manager Davis & Co. Racket Store, 

Commercial Hotel 
DAVIS JACOB L., groceries, etc., 311 n Tryon, h 710 north C 
Davis Jennie, h rear of 222 e Trade 
Davis John M., clerk, house 710 north C 
Davis Miss Lillian F., h 503 n Graham 
Davis L. M., h 608 north b" 
Davis Lindsay, com. traveller, h 501 north A 
Davis Mrs. Maggie, wid., h 305 w Stonewall 
DAVIS STEPHEN W,, Justice of Peace, 

Church, h 303 s Graham 
Davis Thomas J., machinist, h 303 s Graham 
Davis Ulysses, carpenter, h 241 w Trade 

Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
DAVIS WILLIAM J., W. J. Davis & Co., Racket Store 

DAVIS W. J. & CO., gen. merchandise, Racket Store, 205 s 

Tryon 
DEAL H. A., local editor Daily Observer, h 414 n Church 
Dean Samuel, school teacher, h Mitchell house, Graded School 

grounds 
Dean Miss Sarah E., school teacher, h Mitchell house, 

School grounds 
Deaton E. C, clerk, h 12 Cedar 
DEATON JOHN L., supt. for Davidson & Griffin, 233 e Trade, 

h 304 e Fifth 
Deaton, Mrs. John L., boarding house, 304 e Fifth 
Deliner Mrs. Isabelle, wid., h 206 Morehead 
Deliner Miss Neppie H., h 206 w Morehead 
DeLane F. H., compositor Chronicle office, 
DEMOLLNEU H. P., plumber and gas fitter, 

Central Hotel 

Demorest Patterns, Singer Mfg. Co., agents, 8 n Tryon 
DENMAN WILLIAM F., supt. Southern Newspaper Union, 205 

s College, h 402 w Fifth 



Graded 



hds 22 w Trade 
31 n Tryon, bds. 



3yCHsTIISrC3- MACHINERY 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTOR V.— White. 



Denoon Jairus B., manager Southern Bell Telephone Co., h 400 w 

Eighth 
Devereux George, shoemaker, h 705 e Ninth 
Dewey Miss Annie, music teacher, h 410 s Tryon 
Dewey Mrs. Bessie, wid. Thomas, h 410 s Tryon 
Dewey Franklin, clerk R. & D. R. R., h 300 north B 
Dewey Miss Grace, teacher, h 410 s Tryon 
Dewey Hazel, clerk car record office R. & D. R. R., h 410 s 

Tryon 
Dinkins Albert, groceries, h 618 s Church 
Dixpn Charles A., book-keeper, r 21 n Tryon 
Dixon F. VV., bds. Central Hotel 

Dixon Mrs. L. D., dressmaker and milliner, 313 e Trade, h do 
Dixon VV. P., com. traveller, 216 w Fourth 
DOBUE EDWARD S., book-keeper, h Dodge House 
DODGrE Mii.S. 12. H., prop. Dodge House, 28 s Tryon 
D JDUE EUUENE K., manager Southern Telegraph Co., 16 e 

Trade, h Dodge House, 28 s Tryon 



DODorE HO JSii, Mrs. E. R. Dodge, prop. 



. ryon 



Ladies,, 



Dodge Miss Mamie L., (P. B.) Dodge House 
Donaldson Miss Alice, h 20 e Stonewall. 

Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biseuits. No Alum Poisoning in it. 

Try Iocuta for the Skin. 

Donaldson Miss Maggie, h 507 n Myers 

Donaldson Mrs. Nannie, widow, h 707 north C 

Donaldson Walter, machinist, h 707 north C 

Doolan McKee, h 300 e Sixth 
jDorroh John T., clerk Southern Express office, bds Buford House 

Dowd Major Clement, revenue dep., h 701 n Tryon. 

Dowd Miss Julia, h 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Miss Nan, h 701 n Tryon. 

DRAYTON & CO., real estate and insurance and immigration 
agents, 41 e Trade 

Drayton Miss Emma G., bds Buford House 

DRA^f ON THOMAS F., Drayton & Co., real estate and insur- 
ance, 41 e Trade, bds Buford House 

Dreyfuys Miss Emma, h 910 c Trade 

Dreyfuys Mrs. Emma, "widow, h 910 e Trade 

Dreyfuys Robert, machinist, h 910 e Trade 

Drucker A. L., book-keeper, h 214 e Seventh 

Drucker Miss Pauline, h 214 e Seventh 

Drucker Miss Rachael, h 214 e Seventh 

Drucker Mrs. R. L., wid Levy, h 214 e Seventh 

Drucker S. L., clerk, h 214 e Seventh. 



CONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCausland tor Tin 
' and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C. 



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IOLA COLOGNE — fragrant and lasting — manufactured only l>y 

R. H. JORDAN" &' CO., Druggets, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlottk, N. 0. 



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DeCamp Ed. H. compositor, bds Swinson House. 
Duckworth H. D., n Seversville 

Duffle James, saloon, 43 cor. w Trade, h 205 w Fourth 
Duffie Miss Mollie, saleslady, h 205 w Fourth 
Duke George, machinist, h 605 e Seventh 
DUKE JOHN E., clerk Buford House. 
Duke L. N., conductor, h 305 n College 
Duke Mrs. Minnie, h 214 s Tryon 
Dulin Josephine, h 611 Mint 
Dulin Kee, h Sixth 
Duls Jacob, clerk, h 418 n Church 
Duls N., Duls & Schroeder, h 216 north C 
Duls & Schroeder, groceries and provisions, 214 e Trade. 
Duncan B. F., grocer, 213 c Trade, h 700 e Ninth 
Duncan Joseph, grocer, 211 e Trade, h 310 e Ninth 
Duncan Joseph A., clerk, h 310 e Ninth 
Duncan Miss Lizzie, nurse, h 509 s Tryon 
Duncan Miss Mattie A., h 310 e Ninth 
Duncan Robert, clerk, h 310 e Ninth 
Dunkir Miss Lizzie, h 507 s Tryon 

DUNN ROBERT A., Burwell & Dunn, bds 402 w Fifth 
Dunn Thomas, bds Buford House 

At Hargrave & Alexander's You can find the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Dupree, Mrs. C. A., widow, h 702 s Church 
Durant Miss Josie, school teacher, h 712 n College 
Durham Albert, clerk, h 200 north C 
Durham F. R., grocery 209 w Trade, h 200 north C 
Durham John A., Smith & Durham, h 200 north C 
Durham Lucien, clerk, h 200 north C 

H I AGLE JOHN I., clerk car record office R&D. R. R., h 
510 s Tryon 

Eagle Mrs. Maggie, wid. Paul, h 18 north B 

Earnhart W C, night clerk Belmont Hotel 

East John, salesman, h 608 s Church 

BCCLES HENRY C, H. C. Eccles & Co., 18 e Trade, h Bel- 
mont Hotel 

ECCLES H. C. & CO., auctioneers and com. merchants and real 
estate, 18 e Ninth 

Eddins C. W., com. traveller, h 707 e Trade 

Eddins George, h 701 e Ninth 

EDDINS JOHN R., books and stationery, 6 n Tryon h 616 e 
Ninth ' ' 



WRITE for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



HW 



E.M. Andrews,!— 



FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

- and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 

" 16 "West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Eddins William I., mail agent, h 701 e Ninth 
Edwards Edom A., warper, cotton mill, h 509 Pine 
Edwards Hannibal, farmer, h 636 s Church 

EDWARDS CAPT. H. W, supt. cotton compress company, bds 
Central Hotel 

ELIAS & COHEN, wholesale and retail dry goods, clothing, etc 

15 and 17 n Tryon 
ELIAS DAVID, Elias & Cohen, 15 and 17 n Tryon, r cor Trade 

and Tryon 
'ELIAS S. PRICE, clerk, r 13 n Tryon 
Elliott Miss Hattie, h 401 n Tryon 
Elliott Jacob, butcher, h 33 s College 
ELLIOTT JAMES A., Elliott & Marsh, furniture manufacturers, 

_ cor. Eighth and A, h 401 n Tryon 
Elliott Jennie, h 33 s College 
Elliott Joseph, h S3 s College 
Elliott Julius E., farmer, h 33 College 

ELLIOTT & MARSH, furniture manufacturers, corner Eighth 
and A 

Elliott Mrs. Mary, wid, h 33 s College 

Elliott Minor, clerk, h 401 n Tryon 

Ask for the Essences, and Batemau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Elliott Netta, h 33 s College 

Elliott Samuel, jeweler, 213 w Trade, h 33 s College 
Elliott Thomas, stone cutter, h 241 w Trade 
Ellis O. $., h 506 north B 

Emanuel William H., dealer in cotton, rags, etc., 317 e Trade, h 

College 
Emory Joseph, clerk, h 902 w Trade 
Elms John W., cattle buyer, h Seversville 
Ennis James H, h 700 w Trade 

Ennis William A., fireman R. and D. R. R., h 700 w Trade 
ERWIN COLUMJUS C, manager job dept. Chronicle office, h 

810 north B 
Erwin John R., 34 w Trade, h 622 n College 
Erwin Thomas, h 605 e Eighth 

Erwin William G., dep. clerk at court house, h 622 n College 
ETHEliEDCfE CHRISTOPHER M., insurance, fire and life 

etc., 4 n Tryon, h 708 w Trade 
Etheredge G. J., gen. mer., 500 s Church, h do 
Evans J. R., engineer, h 606 w Trade 
Evans S. M., groceries, 902 n Tryon, h 906 do 






REMEMBER 



I AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES - 
J. N. McCAUSLAND, 
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TJGHES' QUININE HAIR TONIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 
thoroughly eradicates Dandruff, and stops the hair falling. Prepared by R. H. 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts'., Charlotte, N. C. 



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AIR MISS DODIE, h 618 n College 

Fair Miss J. P., h 618 n .College 

FAIR REV". J. Y., pastor Second Presbyterian Church, h 618 n 
College 

Fair Rev. R. A., h 618 n College 

Farmersville J. W., railroader, bds. 24 w Fourth 

Farrington A. B., works Latta's, h 13 'Middle 

Farrington George W., policeman, h 709 Pine 

Farrington Miss Jane, dressmaker, h 801 n Graham 

Farrington John, h rear 908 s Tryon 

Farrington John, carpenter, h 516 w Eleventh 

Farrington Miss Laura, h 801 n Graham 

Farrington Miss Lou, milliner, h 801 n Graham 

Farrington Miss Mary, dressmaker, h 801 n Graham 

Farrington Robert L., h 801 n Graham 

Farrior Nicholas J., jeweler, 6 s Tryon, h 617 e B 

Farrior William H., watchmaker and jeweler, 6 s Tryon, h 617 e 
B 

Farris Samuel M., h 413 n Church 

Faulkner Thomas K., works at Crowell's mill, h 507 e Ninth 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 
Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 

Fayssoux Edward S., freight clerk R. & D. R. R.. h 405 Pine 

Feimster Rufus M., cabinet-maker, h 310 w Eighth 

Ferguson William, carder cotton mill, h 614 w Eighth 

Fetzer James W., book-keeper, h 807 n Tryon 

Fiddler William, machinist, h 802 north C 

FIELD BUDS., groceries and commission merchants, 209 e 
Trade 

FIELD ROBERT H., (Field Bros.) 209 e Trade, bds. Central 
Hotel 

Finch Kenneth S., agent Carolina Central Railroad, h 409 n Tryon 

Fincher L. J., wheelwright, h 707 north D 

FING-ER W. J. M., (Asbury & Finger) h 314 e Ninth 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Charlotte, R. Y. McAden presi- 
dent, M. P. Pegram cashier, 20 s Tryon 

Fischesser Joseph, Mozart Saloon, 15 s Tryon, h 308 e Sixth 

Fisher Mrs. Gordia, wid., h 33 s College 

Fisher Mrs. Rachel, wid x Joseph, h 406 w Fifth 

FISHER ROBERT 31., city constable, 30 and 32 w Trade, h 12 
Cedar 

Fitzsimmons George A., drug clerk, r e Trade 

Flemming Mrs. Sue, wid. Robert, h 801 n Graham 



Stamp Batteries, Pony Batteries 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N\ C. 



£^iA TL*\ Av/iMIP ?u-°' llc . r ^? r ! e your P fltrona .?e when in need of any- 
. ill, f\ llliivWo thl ? g m hls line - for he carries the LARGEST stock 

and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



FLEMMINO W. WOODVILLE, attorney at law, 10 s Tryon 

h 603 e Trade 
Fletcher Henry L., clerk, h 202 north B 
Florence Miss Stella, h 402 south B 
Fogus C. R., engineer Air Line Div., h 507 w Trade 
Fogus O. O., fireman Air-Line Div., h 507 w Trade. 
Folsom Frank A., freight agent, h 413 n Church 
Fortman Henry, driver Portner Brewing Co., h 205 w Second 
FOX CHARLES J., gun and locksmith and plumber, steam and 

gas fitter, 20 n Tryon, h 304 w Trade 
Fox C. J., bds. Central Hotel 
Fox Mrs. Dr. C. J., wid., h 304 w Trade 
Fox Julian Douglas, clerk, h 304 w Trade 

FRANKENTHAJL HENRY, prop. Commercial Hotel, 32 and 

34 s Tryon 
Franklin Miss Cora L., h 205 n Myers 
Franklin Mrs. J. B., wid., h 205 n Myers 
Franklin Miss Rosa E., school teacher, h 235 n Myers 
Franklin T. S., book-keeper, h 205 n Myers 
Frazier Miss Carrie, h 706 w Trade 
FRAZIER CHAS. A., house and sign painter, 609 e Ninth, h do 
Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Jndson's 

Cough Mixture, and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Frazier Miss Mamie, h 706 w Trade 
Frazier M. L., foreman Mecklenburg Shop, h 706 w Trade 

Freeland , farmer, h n Tryon, ab. C. C. depot 

Freeland Joseph E., clerk, h 210 n Graham 

Freeland Joseph G., groceries, 25 n Tryon, h 2 to n Graham 

Freeman Miss Lizzie, h 414 s Church 

Freeman William, clothes presser, h 414 s Church 

Fremon Miss Carrie, h 903 n Tryon 

Fremon James, butcher, h 903 n Tryon 

Fremon Miss Maggie, h 903 n Tryon 

Fremon Miss Martha, h 903 n Tryon 

FRICKCOaiPANY, mfrs. of steam engines, works Waynesboro 

Pa., Charlotte office 37 n Tryon, J. L. Nance agent 
Friday W. I., groceries, 243 w Trade, h 401 n Church 
Fnedeman Mrs. E. J., wid., h 202 north B 
Fulenwider Harry W., drug clerk, r 28 c Trade 

k-3"AINES, OLIN, telegraph operator, bds Dodge House, 28 s 

G-AITHER THOMAS H., com. merchant and cotton yarn man- 
ufacturer, 200 s College, h 315 w Fifth 

JN. MCOATJSLAND, Slate^(^fSigTo^^i7^citv _ oT- 
. country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



John W. Miller & Co., 

provision Aflfr ©rain peelers, 



39 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET, 



CHARLOTTE, 



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3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



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Gallagher Patrick, h 313 south B 

Galloway James B., brick mason, h 702 north B 

Gardner William W., drug clerk, bds Buford House 

Garibaldi John, cotton gin, grist mill and groceries, 622 Mint, h 

628 do. 
GARIBALDI THOMAS, tin and slate roofer, 21 w Trade, h 

222 n Tryon 
Garibaldi Will H., machinist, h 805 Mint 
Garibaldi Joseph, jeweler, h 805 Mint 
Garner Miss Jennie, tailoress, h 402 south E 
Garner Miss Nellie, tailoress, h 402 south E 
Garraux Earnest, h ex Fifth 
Garrett Mrs. Rachael, wid, h 321 e Trade 
Garrison Mrs. Bettie, wid Owen, h 308 e Ninth 
Garrison David B., gardener, h 10 cotton factory row. 
Garrison Henry, warper, cotton mill, h 500 Smith 
Garrison Miss Jennie, speeder, cotton mill, h 10 cotton factory row 
Gaston A. A., groceries, 6 Palmer, h 818 s Tryon 
George Mrs. Matilda, wid, h 1 1 e Eighth 
GIBBON DR. ROBERT, physician and surgeon, 21511 Tryon, 

h 310 n College 
Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Pine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Gibbon Dr. Robert L., physician and surgeon, 215 n Tryon, h 310 

n College » 

Gibbs, at depot, h 208 s Tryon 
Gibson F. B., groceries, 315 south B 
Gibson Mrs. Sarah, widow, h 7 s Church 
Gifford Mrs. Annie, wid. Thomas, h 208 n College 
Gifford George, clerk, h 208 n College 
Gifford Miss Jane, h 208 n College. 
Gifford Miss Mary, h 208 n College 
Gilbert Miss Maggie, h 521 e Sixth 
Giles Miss Anna, dressmaker, h 501 Smith 
Giles Vester, clerk, h 501 Smith 

Giles Willie, conductor Air Line R. R., h 501 Smith 
Giles Miss Ximenia, h 501 Smith 
Gill J. A.„ machinist, h 205 w Trade 
Gills, machinist, r 305 w Fourth 
Gilmer T. T., bds Central Hotel 
Gilmore William, watchman, h bey. C. C. depot 
Gilreath Frank, book-keeper, bds Belmont Hotel 
Glass Miss T. L., tailoress, h 608 s Church 
Gleason Mrs. S. M., wid George, h 700 e Ninth 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 




•/2kTTrn S an ^IPP^ y° u with any article to be found in a 
\Z W S Pirst - Class Furniture House. Give him a call 
" _ 16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



Gliddell Richard, gardener, h 406 Pine 

Glover Miss Dorcas, tailoress, h 703 south B 

G-IiOVEB DR. F. H., tobacconist and general collector, 201 n 

Iryon, h 402 e Ninth 
Glover Miss Marie, h 402 e Ninth 
Glover Mrs. Mary, wid Samuel, h 703 south B 
Glover Miss Sarah C, tailoress, h 703 south B 
Gold Smelting Works, College bey C. C. R. R. depot 
Goldberg David, book-keeper, h 312 e Sixth 
Goldsmith M., com. traveller, h 206 w Sixth 
Goldman Robert, machinist, h 808 north C 
Goodson Mrs. M. W., wid S. W„ h 212 e Seventh 
Goodson Samuel, machinist, h 212 e Seventh 
Gordon Maggie, h 609 Mint 
Gorman Julius, salesman, h 608 s Church 
GORMLEY JOHN J., deputy tax collector, 34 w Trade, h 300 

Gosprey James D„ clerk, h cor. Second and Graham 

Gough E. H., shoemaker, 229 w Trade 

©OWDrMTiiAJf D„ printer Hirst & Co., h 300 s College 

Gowens Mrs. Jennie, h 825 Mint 

Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alnm Poisoning in it. Ladies, 

Try lociita for the Skin. 
Graded School, (white) J. T. Corlew supt., entrance e Morehead 

street, east of A. T & O.. R. R. 

Graham , printer, h 216 w Fourth 

Graham Archie, bank clerk, h 313 e Fifth 

Graham Bessie, h 327 n Tryon 

GRAHAM BR. GEORGE W., physician and surgeon, 7 w 

Trade, h 315 n Church - 

£to h . a S7^'° S - night watchm an, h 210 Clarkson 

GRAHAM DR. JOSEPH, physician and surgeon, 5 e Trade h 

327 w trade *» 

Graham Meha, h 327 n Tryon 

Graham Robert F., com. salesman, bds. Central Hotel 
Graham William A., 327 n Tryon 
GRAY & CO., boot and shoe dealers, 19 e Trade 
Gray Eddie, harness maker, h 408 north A 
Gray James, h Seversville 
Gray Mrs Maggie, seamstress, h 610 s Smith 

flSfl pSt "r Gl ' ay & C °- I9 e Trade ' h 3'0 s Tryon 
GRAY ROBERT, drug clerk, h 403 e Ninth 
Gray Robert W., drug clerk, h 603 n Church 

. W„ boss carder cotton mill, h 18 Cotton Factory Row 






C 



AL mil ?8S™ StoveTaSd TinwsSeT 

•1- X. McCAUSLAXD. 209 S. Tryon St.. Charlotte, X. C. 



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B carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES, 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &c. R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



55 



Gray W. H., house and sign painter, 32 n Tryon, h 408 north A 

GRAY WILLIAM H., Gray & Co., 19 e Trade, h 804 n Tryon 

Greenland Fred., painter, 223 w Trade, h do. 

Gregg Richard, locksmith, h north boundry 

GRESH1M CLARENCE, Railroad Eating Parlors, 600 w Trade 

opp. depot, h do. 
Gresham John Thomas, clerk, h 600 w Trade 
Grier Miss Annie, h 801 e Trade 
GRIER CALVIN E., attorney at law, room 2, 10 n Church, 

h 809 n Tryon 
Grier Ed., clerk, h 401 w Tryon 
Grier Edward W., salesman, r 5 e Trade 
Grier James, clerk, h 513 n Church 
Grier Thomas, h 800 n Tryon 
Grier R. F., bds. Central Hotel 
Grier W. W., farmer, h 801 w Trade 
Gribble James R., painter, h 406 n Poplar 

GRIFFIN E. M., Davidson & Griffin, 233 e Trade, h Monroe 
Griffin James S., groceries, h w Graham, n R. R. limits 
Griffin John W., h w Graham, nr. R. R. 
Griffin Miss Lillie, h 806 n Graham 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Jfice Line of Gents' Furnishings, 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, X. C. 
Griffin Miss Mary, h 806 n Graham 
Griffin Murray, h 806 n Graham 
Griffin Wade, lab., h 806 n Graham 
Griffin Wesley, teamster, h 806 n Graham 
Griffith Mrs. Eldred, h 403 s Church 
GRIFFITH THOMAS, C. N. G. Butt & Co. and book-keeper. 

35 e Trade 
GRIFFITH WILLIAM F., tax collector, 34 w Trade, h Mint 
Grimes Miss Laura, h 400 s Church 
Grimes Miss Mamie, h 400 s Church 

Grimes Richard, foreman wood dept Capt. Wilkes, h 400 s Church 
Grose Miss Annie, h 7 e Stonewall 
Grose Fred., clerk, h 7 e Stonewall 
Grose Mrs. Lizzie, wid. Samuel, h 7 e Stonewall 
Grose Samuel, h 7 e Stonewall 
Gross Rev. Mark S., rector St. Peter's R. C. Church, parsonage 

503 w Tryon 
Gumpf Miss Alecia, h 11 west B 
Gumpf Marcellus, Gumpf & Martin, h 11 west B 
Gumpf & Martin, machine shop and foundry, 212 and 214 s Ninth 
Gunnery Henry, h 708 w Church. 

Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E.M. Andrews, -fe; 



stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



9 w Trade 




R. 

706 s 



House, Graded 



.AGER, JAMES, carpenter, h 229 w Vance 

Haines James, wks chair factory, h 13 n Poplar 

HALES & BOYNE, watchmakers and jewelers 
See advertisement back cover 

HALES JOHN H., Hales & Boyne, watchmakers and jowelers 
9 w Trade, h 408 w Fifth 

Hall Miss Caroline, h 706 s Tryon 

Hall David, railroader, h 211 s Graham 

Hall Miss Elinor B., h 706 s Tryon 

Hall Miss Emma, h n Tryon 2d h ab C. C. R. R. 

Hall Francis C, student, h 700 s Tryon 

HALL GEORGE S., meat market, 16 n Tryon, h 31 1 e Sev- 
enth 

Hall John engineer C. C. R. R., h n Tryon 2d h ab C. C. R 

HALL JOHN 11., proprietor Normandy Mill, Lowell,- h 
Tryon 

Hall John S., wks Air-Line R. R., h 500 Smith 

Hall Miss Mamie, school teacher, h Mitche 
School grounds 

Hall Miss Susie P., h 502 n Graham 

For Diarrhoea. Dyseutary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers a nd 
Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 

Hall W. E\, bds Buford House 

Hamel Henry C, tailor, h 505 Pine 

Hamel Miss Fannie, h 505 Pine 

Hamel Louis H., baker, h 505 Pine 

Hamill A. T., mailing clerk Observer, h 313 e Seventh 

Hamilton James H., h 28 n Tryon 

Hamilton Thomas, wks C. C. R. R., h 905 s Tryon 

HAMMOND ALEXANDER H, Hammond & Justice, hardware 

30 e Trade, h 503 e Trade 
HAMMOND & JUSTICE, hardware and cutlery, 30 e Trade 
Hanahan Miss Kate, h 5 1 1 w Trade 
Hand Ambrose, machinist, h 42 n Tryon 
Hand Miss Ella, h 216 north, B 
Hand Miss Ida, h 216 north B. 
Hand Mrs. Jane, wid, h 42 n Tryon 
Hand Robert, h 216 north B 

Hand Capt. W. L., wines and liquors, 13 e Trade, h 216 north B 
Hanna Prof. G. B., asst. assayer at U. S. assay office, h n Tryon 
Hannon Charles, harness maker, h 608 s Church 
Hannon J. C, groceries, h 606 s Church 
Hannon Mrs K. W., wid., h 211 w Fourth 






FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. .1. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. X. C. 



G- J", IF 1 QX 7 

f lumber and gleam fitter, 

Gun, Lock and Coppersmith. 

Also Dealer in ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BREACH AND MUZZLE LOADING 

SHOT GUNS, RIPPLES, PISTOLS. AMMUNITION AND PISHING 

TACKLE, AND SPORTING GOODS of every description 



20 N. Tryon Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



A/E. Rankin & Bro., 



-DEALERS IN- 




Boots and Shoes, 

TRUNKS, VALISES, HAND-SATCHKLS, & ( 
Johnston Block, 

40 south Tryon Street, 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Mecklenburg Barber Shop, 

(Next Door to Central Hotel.) 

H@JWe wish to announce to all interested parties that we have 
opened a first-class barbershop at the above location, and employ- 
ing only the best artists to be procured in the profession, gentlemen 
are assured that they can here Indulge in that positive luxury 
"A SLICK SHAVE!" 

Give us a trial and be convinced. Observe our Reduced Prices 
cut down especially to suit the present financial depression 

Slaving, 10 cents. Hair Cutting, 20 cents. Shampooing, 20 
cents. Moustache dyeing, 20 cents. Ladies' and Children's Hair 
Dressing promptly attended to at their homes. Everything new and 
firs -class. Don't forget the "Mecklenburg," next door to Central 
Hotel, lryon Street. 

THOMAS JEFFERSOS, Mauager. N^R. WILDS, Proprietor. 

pOR 



SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES ~ g ^ll ea 

J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte. N. C. 



Concentrators, and all Mining SnDDlies 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Chariots, iV C :*■?" 




PRINTING 



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VE CARRY A FULL LINE OF 



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2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N.'c. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



59 



Hannon Mrs. Mary, wid., h 211 w Fourth 

Hardin John, broker and com., 45 e Trade, r 301 n College 

Harding VV. H. foreman at Liddell's, h 205 s Myers 

Hargett Thomas, cotton cutter, h 303 n Graham 

HARGRAVE & ALEXANDER, dry goods, clothing, boots,' 

shoes, etc., 33 e Trade. See advertisement centre of pa°-es 
HARGRAVE LITTLETON D., Hargrave & Alexander 33 e 

Trade, h 404 w Fifth 
Hargrave Miss Octa, h 404 w Fifth 
Hargrave Walter M., student, h 404 w Fifth 

Harkey Daniel H., house and sign painter, 40 n Tryon h 71c Pine 
Harkey Matthias, h 507 Pine 

Harrill John, mail agent C. C. R. R., h 906 n Tryon 
HARRINGTON GEORGE W., clerk, h 410 n Tryon 
HARRINGTON JOHN B., ice cream saloon and restaurant 5 

n Tryon, h 410 n Tryon 

HARRINGTON MRS. J. B., artistic stamping, 18 w Trade h 
410 n Tryon 

Harrington John B., confectioner, h 410 n Tryon 

HARRIS HUGH W., attorney at law, 36 w Trade, r 15 do (See 
advertisement). 

Margrave & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 
orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 

Harris Mrs. Jane, wid., h 401 n Church 

Harris John, salesman, h 401 s Church 

Harris Joseph W., engineer Air Line R. R., h 901 n Graham 

Hams Miss Kate S., type writer, h 401 s Church 

Harris Miss Shelby, h 401 s Church 

Harris William B., gen'l mdse., h n Graham, nr. city 

HARRIS W H, local editor Chronicle, h 13 e Seventh 

Harrison Charles F., baker and confectioner, 27 w Tryon 

Church 
Harrison Henry H., auctioneer, h 215 s Church 
Harrison Miss Mamie, saleslady, h 215 s Church 
Harrison W. ]., clerk, h 406 w Tryon 
Harry D. Richard, clerk, h 317 w Fifth 

H^M Y ?^ E3E , P - E - L - Keesler & Co., bds. Dodge House 

Hart Miss Alice, saleslady, h 217 north C 

Hart Mrs. Annie, wid., h 215 s Myers 

Hart W. H., shoemaker, 8 s Church 

HARTSFIELD RICHMOND B., agent, crockery and glass- 

ware, 38 s Tryon, h 213 s Church See advertisement, 
mrty h-gbert, com. salesman, h 213 n Tryon 
Harty Jreneji. 2 1 3 n Tryon 

E NG ™ S AND B^^sTwATreiTwfiEELX 0)RN 
and Wheat Mills. Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte.N.C. 



h 215 



\\ 



E.M. Andrews s 



Can furnish all you want for a Wedding Present- 



eitht-r BABY CARRIAGE, or 
COFFIN. 18 W. Trade St. 



your last want— 
, Charlotte, N. C. 



60 



DIRECTORY. —White. 



Harty James, china, glass and earthenware, 28 w Trade, h 213 n 

Try on 
Harty Joseph, clerk, h 213 n Tryon 
Harty William, clerk, h 213 n Tryon 
Harvey Henry, telegrapher R. & D. R. R. depot 
Hasty Mrs. Delia, wid. Jesse, h 217 north C 
Haughton Thomas H., insurance, 'fire and life and accident, 4 n 

Tryon, h 9 e Eleventh 
Haughton William G., clerk Southern Express, h 61 1 n Church 
Hauser Norbert, watchmaker, bds. Commercial Hotel 
Hawkins John, h 306 w Vance 

Hawkins John B., warper cotton mill, h 313 n Graham 
Hawkins William J. Jr., clerk, h 702 n Tryon 
Hayes Clifton C, (Hayes & Todd) h 210 north C 
Hayes funius W., (J. G. Shannonhouse & Co.) h 309 s Church 
Hayes & Todd, groceries and flour and feed, 23 w Trade 
Hayes William, carpenter, h 406 w Trade 
Hayes Ur. W. J., h 309 s Church 
Haygood .Mrs. Annie, h College 

Haymann Lazarus, meat market, 241 e Trade, h cor. Seventh and C 
Haynes Albert, machinist, h 507 n Graham 
Ask for the Essences, and Batemau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, > T . C. 
Haynes A. S., h 507 n Graham 
Haynes Mrs. Maggie, h 307 n Smith 

Haynes Tyler, at Raymond Gold Mine, h 507 n Graham 
Hcartt Edwin D., elk car record office R. & D. R.R., h 5 10 n Tryon 
Heath E. J., McLaughlin & Heath, 15 s College, h 708 e Trade 
Healey Daniel, machinist, h 410 n Poplar 
Healey Mrs. Ellen, wid Michael, h 410 n Popler 
Healey Miss Mary, h 410 n Poplar 
Heger Miss Maggie, h 317'w Stonewall 
Henderson Augustus, machinist, h 304 e Fifth 
Henderson Charles, machinist, h 304 e Fifth 
Henderson Edward T., clerk, h 9 e Third 
Henderson Miss Ella, h 207 north B 
Henderson Miss Ida, h 211 w Fourth 
MENDEKSOIV J ARTHUR, clerk, h 207 north B 
Henderson Jesse Jr., laborer, h 802 e Tenth 
Henderson J. Harvey, farmer, h 207 north B 
Henderson Willis J., clerk, h 207 north B 
Henderson W. M., groceries, 908 n Tryon, h do 
Henning D. A., book-keeper, and telegraph operator C. C. R. R. 

h 313 e Seventh 



^member ] 



THAT J. N. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 




IS' DRY CriAMPOO— for Cleansing the Scalp and Preventing Dandruff- 
Prepared by v fK ^ ' R H. JORDAN & CO. , Bruits 
3 N orth Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Chatlotte. X. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White." 



61 



6 e Trade, h Char- 



Trade, Severs- 



builders, h 506 s 



Make 



Henning Miss Ruth, book-keeper, h 313 e Seventh 

Henry William, carder, cotton mill, h 313 n Graham 

Henshaw Miss Cora, dressmaker, h 615 e Seventh 

Hernoskie John, painter, bds 28 n Tryon. 

Herron Miss Sallie, tailoress, h 206 s Church 

Herron Mrs. Sarah J., widow, h 206 s Church 

Herron William, h 703 north D 

Hess Isaac S., clerk, h 509 s Tryon 

HICKS FRANCIS A., tin and slate roofer, 
lotte Hotel. See advertisement 

Hilker Christian, 509 n Church 

Hill Henry H., policeman, r 25 w Trade 

Hill Thomas B., h 327 n Tryon 

Hinshaw John W., shoemaker, 300 n Tryon, h 

ville 
Hinshaw Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, h Seversville 
Hinshaw Mrs. Lizzie, wid., h Seversville. 
Hipp Miss Ella, h 506 s Church 
Hipp John V., Hipp & Turner, carpenters and 

Church 
Hirsch Adolph, salesman, bds 404 s Church 
Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, B 

a Specialty of Dress Goods and Trimmings. 33 E Trade St 
HIRSCH ISAAC, Margolius & Co., h Church 
HIRSHINGER JAY, Meyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 Tryon h 

610 s Tryon ' 

Hirst Miles, groceries, 601 w Eighth, h 603 do 
HIRST PRINTING CO., John Hirst, manager, 212 e Trade 
Hislop Miss Ella, h 216 north B 
Hislop Mrs. Minnie, h 602 n Tryon 

Hockaday Thomas H„ collection dept. Southern Express Co h 

Buford House 
Hodges Emma, h 611 Mint 

HOFFMAN & ALEXANDER, dentists, 7 w Trade 
HOFFMAN WILLIAM H., Hoffman & Alexander, 7 n Trade 

n 3 1 1 w Fifth 
Hoke Albert, machinist, h 200 north B 
Holder Miss Bettie, h 711 north D 
Holder Rufus E., carpenter, h 711 north D 

HOT JV^V^ E -, ShaW & Co - 3§ e Trade h 504 e Trade 
HOLLAND J. R cashier Merchants' and Farmers' National 

Bank, h 504 e Trade 
Holley Miss Addie, tailoress, 302 n Smith 
Holley Jackson, boarding house, 302 n Smith 

W:R/IT B for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, CharlotTe N C 



Ill 



E.M.Andrews 



FmSTITUEE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 
for Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
1 and Prices. 10 West Trade St., Charlotte, N". C. 



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Holley Miss Naticy, tailoress, 302 n Smith 

Holley Miss Rebecca, seamstress, 302 n Smith 

Hollister Mrs. Kate, h 12 north C 

Holmes Washington, laborer, h rear 413 Mint 

H3L9BAUGH DAVID S., D. S. Holobaugh & Co., 200 n 

Try on, r do 
H. )L1)B A.UGH. D. S. & CO., groceries and provisions, 200 n 

Tryon 
HO.LOSAUTHI GEORGE M., groceries and provisions, 29 

Tryon, (Duke's Cigarettes a specialty), h 16 Morehead 
Holt William, shoemaker, 32 n Tryon, h 508 e Seventh 
Holt William E., clerk car record office R. & D. R. R., bds. Bu- 

ford House 
Holton Charles S., mail officer, h 601 e Seventh 
Holton Mrs. Harriett C, h 321 e Trade 
Holton Airs. R. R., wid., h 321 e Trade- 
Hood Harvey, clerk, h 209 n Tryon 
Hoop,-r Edward, groceries, 507 w Seventh, h 509 do. 
H.ornbarrier J. D., groceries, 419 w Fourth, h do 
Morton Mrs. C. C, wid., h 209 e Fifth 
Houston Miss Bessie A., saleslady, h 317 w Eighth 
Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 

Cough Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Houston Mrs. Betsy, wid. George, h 501 Smith 
Houston Miss Carrie, milliner, h 317 w Eighth 
Houston Miss Dora, dressmaker, h 501 Smith 
Houston L. J., drug clerk, bds. Dodge House 
Houston Miss Sallie, h 317 w Eighth 
Houston Miss Sue, dressmaker, h 501 Smith 
Houston Samuel F., com. traveller, h 317 w Eighth 
HOWELL GEORGE A., book-keeper, h 208 e Fifth 
Howell J. T., machinist, h 241 w Trade 
Howell Miss Marion, h 241 w Trade 
HOWELL S. M., groceries and bakery, 217 c Trade, h 208 e 

Fifth 
Howes William H., com. traveller, bds. Central Hotel 
Howie James C, bar clerk, r 27 w Trade > 

Howze W. H., bds. Central Hotel 

Huddleston , printer, h 208 s Tryon 

Huffstickler Miss Sarah, h 802 north C 

Hull Gus., janitor court house, h 1 1 n College 

Hull Miss Lizzie, h 406 s Church 

Hull Mrs. M. J., wid. William, h 406 s Church 

Huneycutt R. F., job printer, h 905 s Tryon 



POR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES **%& A 

1 .1. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 







HUGHES CHEERY AND GLYCERINE COUGH MTXTURE-for the rapid 
rORnA^m°T SOf -^ e 'o L ^' Thl '° at and Chest " Prepared by RH 
JORDAN & CO., Drugg ists, 2 N. Tryonand 1 E. Trade Sis., Charlotte N C 



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. Huneycutt Miss T. L., h 413 e First 
Huneycutt Andrew J., foreman, h 300 s College 
Hunter C. L., law clerk, h 305 e Fifth 
Hunter David P., policeman, h 701 Pine 
Hunter Miss Ha, h 701 Pine 
Hunter Joseph M., barkeeper, h 407 w Ninth 
Hunter Willis A., clerk, h Pine 
HUTCHISON A. C. & CO., dealers in carriages, buggies etc 

220 n Tryon, opp. City Hall. See advertisement 
HUTCHISON ANDREW C, A. C. Hutchison & Co 216 n 

Tryon, opp; City Hall, h 406 w Fifth 
Hutchison Anthony, engineer Air Line R. R., h 315 w Seventh 
Hutchison Miss Charlotte, h n end Poplar 

Hutchison E Nye, insurance, fire, 4 n Tryon, h head of Poplar 
Hutchison J. M., carpenter, h 615 north C 
Hutchison John S., com. traveler, h 405 n Poplar 
Hutchison Miss Kate, h 615 north C 
Hutchison Parks, supt water works, h 603 n Tryon 
Hutchison Miss Sudie, h n end Poplar 
Hyams Frederick D., asst manager Parke, Davis & Co 204 s 

College, bds Dodge House ^ 

At Hargrrave & Alexander's You can And the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St 
Hyman L., butcher, h 415 e Seventh 
Hyams M. E., gen manager Parke, Davis & Co., 204 s college bds 

Dodge House & ' 



J-NTERNAL REVENUE STAMP OFFICE, 39 w Trade 
Iredell Miss H. B., h 801 n Tryon 
Irwin Miss Anna, artist, h St James Park- 
Irwin Frank, supt. at Latta's, h St. James Park 
Irwin Hanner C, city constable, 30 and 32 w Trade h 21-7 s 

Church 
Irwin H. C. groceries, 21 1 w Trade, h 212 s Church' 
Irwin James P., h St. James Park 
Irvine John, moulder, h 208 w Second 
Irvine Mrs. Mary, wid William, h 312 s Poplar 
Irvine William W., moulder, h 312 s Poplar 

Jackson mrs. jane, widow, h 721 s Poplar 

Jackson J. E., com. traveler, bds Dodge House 
James Mrs. Phoebe, widow, h 318 n Ninth 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E. M. Andrews, 



The lamest stock of FURNITURE, COFFIN'S and 
CASKETS in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTO R Y . — W iiite . 



James Thomas C, joint agent Seaboard Air-Line and Piedmont 

Air-Line, 40 e Trade, h Church 
James Thomas, h 611 n Church 
Jamison Miss Florence, h 313 s Poplar 
Jamison H. M., h 12 s Church 
Jamison Miss Mary, h 313 s Poplar 
Jamison R. M., h 12 s Church 

Jamison Robert, engineer C, C. and R. R., h 313 s Poplar 
Jamison Samuel, bricklayer, h 313 Mint 
Jaquins William A., bar clerk, h 40 n Tryon 
Jarrow William, h 215 s Myers 
Jenkins Daniel, patternmaker, h 309 south C 
Jennings C. J., blacksmith, h 213 w Fourth 
Jennings Jennie Ann, h 630 Mint 

Jennings Miss Lelia D., dressmaker, h 213 w Fourth 
Jennings Miss Susie E., dressmaker, h 213 w Fourth 
JETTON HARVEY W., sergeant police, r city hall 
Johnson Miss Ada, h 202 n Tenth 
Johnson Goodman S., com traveler, h 607 n Poplar 
Johnson James M., marble cutter, h outside limits 
Johnson Captain V. Q., h 202 w Tenth 
For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Drug-gists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Johnston David, miller, h 617 s Church 
Johnston Frank G., farmer, h 415 w Trade 
Johnston Huph P., clerk, r 28 e Trade 

JOHNSTON JAMES A., Berryhill & Johnston, h 306 e Ninth 
Johnston James F., machinery, etc., 43 s College, h 313 n College 
Johnston Miss Jennie, h 710 n Tryon 
Johnston Lotta C, farmer, h 609 n Tryon 
Johnston Mrs. M. D., widow, h 10 e Hill 
Johnston Mrs. Rufus M., h 609 n Tryon 
Johnston Mrs. W. R., saleslady, r 203 s Tryon 
Johnston Col. William, mayor, h 415 w Trade 
Johnston Zeke, McLaughlin & Johnston, h 408 n College 
Johnston Z. M., h 408 n College 

Jonas Mrs. E. L., wid. Andrew, h 14 cotton factory row 
Jonas Miss Mollie C, h 14 cotton factory row 
Jones Miss Annie, school teach jr, h 405 n Tryon 
JONES CHARLES F., at First National bank, h 502 n College 
JONES COL. CHAS. K , Cochrane & Jones, ed and prop. Daily 

and Weekly Observer, h 310 n Poplar 
JONES H. C, U. S. district attorney, aho lawyer, r 10, 12 n 

Church, h 406 e Trade 






REMEMBER 



AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES.— 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
309 South Tryon Street. Charlotte, X. 0. 



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UGHES' EMULSON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable Preparation made. 
Prepared by E. H. JORDAN & 00., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



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Jones Henry, painter, h 408 n College 

•JONES DR. JOHNSTON B., physician and surgeon, 5 n Tryon, 

h 405 s Tryon 
Jones Nina, h 405 n Tryon 
JONES DR. SIMMONS B., physician and surgeon, 5 n Tryon, 

h 412 s Tryon 
Jones Sophia, h 321 e Trade 
Jones William R., clerk, h 301 n College 

JORDAN R. H. & CO., druggists, 2 n Tryon and 1 e Trade 
JORDAN ROBERT H., R. H. Jordan & Co., 2 n Tryon and 1 e 

Trade, h 700 n College 
JUSTICE W. HAMILTON, Hammond & Justice, hardware, 30 

e Trade, bds. Central Hotel 



,AIN JOHN J., bar clerk Central Hotel wine room, h 9 n 
Poplar 

Kates Louis, h 216 11 Myers 

Kaufman Miss Sarah, saleslady, h 612 north B 

KAUFMAN WOLF & CO., clothing, gents' furnishing goods, 

etc., 2 e Trade and I s Tryon 
I Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Trunks, &c. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 

KAUFMAN WOLF, (Kaufman & Co.) h 509 s Tryon 

Katz Charles, lab., h 11 cotton factory row 

Katz Miss Christinia, twister cotton mill, h 11 cotton factory row 

Katz Miss Pauline, spinner cotton mill, 1 1 cotton factory row 

Kearns , printer, h 241 w Trade 

Kee Joseph W:, wheelwright, h 206 n Tryon 

KEE SAM, Chinese laundry, 225 s Tryon, r do. 

Keerans Earnest P., clerk, h Church, bet. Ninth and Tenth 

Keerans Hattie E., h Church, bet. Ninth and Tenth 

Keerans John T., patent right, h Church, bet. Ninth and Tenth 
i Keerans John W., book-keeper, h Church, bet. Ninth and Tenth 
'KEESLER EDWARD L., E. L. Keesler & Co., r 15 w Trade 
'KEESLER E. L. & CO., dry goods and notions, 13 w Trade 

Keesler Samuel R., clerk, r 13 w Trade 

Kistler George M., clerk, h e Ninth 

Keith Miss Henrietta, spinner cotton mill, h 19 cotton factory row 

Keith Miss Margaret, spooler cotton mill, h 19 cotton factory row 

Keith Thomas, gardener, h 19 cotton factory row 

KENDRICK JAMES M., Buford House Billiard Parlor and 
Wine Room, 37 s Tryon, h 207 n Tryon 

Kendrick Sylvanus, clerk, h 407 e Fifth 



Stamp Batteries, Pony Batteries. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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I Mi) M -n rl rcuirrP £ ?J? pl7 £ m mth a,ly artiole t0 be fouud 'n a 
M Vl¥ M ( I r:WS lM1 ' st " Class Fllnntul ' eHouse - Give Wm a call, 
id. \W . 1 4HVA1 O VV O 16 Wost T de s Charlotte, N. C. 



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Kendrick Thomas A., clerk, h 407 e Fifth 

Kennedy C. C, transportation master C, C. & A. R. R., h 5 1 1 w 

Trade 
Kennedy Richard, machinist, h 628 s Church 
Kerr John, butcher, h Seversville 
Kessler M. Beckie, h 20 s College 

Kidd W. B., gen. mclse., 312 Mint and 512 c Seventh, h 514 do 
Kiestler Dr. R. S., patent medicines, 32 s College, r do. 
Kindrick Mrs. 'Catherine, wid. Joseph, h 12 cotton factory row 
KING CARBENIO F., editor and prop. Craftsman, 4 College. 

bds. Mansion House 

King Miss Florence, seamstress, h bet. College and cotton plat- 
form 
King George H., agent So. Express Co., h 709 n Tryon 
King Walter, baker, h 300 n Myers 
Kingsmore Charles, drug clerk, h 310 e Fifth 
Kinlow Marion, driver, h 706 s Church 
Kirby Mrs. M. A., wid C. S., h 511 n Poplar 
Kirby Millard F., clerk, h 413 n Graham 
Kh»k L. J., wines and liquors, 224 e Trade, h Graham 
Kirke J. L., groceries, n Graham, nr. city limits 

Use Home Baking- Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning- in it. Ladies, 

Try Iocuta for the Skin. 

Kistler Mrs. Martha E., wid., h 507 w Third 

Kizer Miss K. C, h 620 s Church 

Kizziah William A., fireman R. & D. R. R., h 700 w Trade 

Klueppelberg Mrs. C, wid., house 201 north C 

KLUEPPELBERG HENRY A., D. S. Holobaugh & Co., 200 n 

Tryon, h 201 north C 
Kock Valentine, locksmith, h Myers 
Kopf R. M., com. traveller, h 309 w Fifth 
Krueger George L., book-keeper, h 800 e Trade 
Kuhles Bernard, baker, h Charlotte Hotel 
Kuester Mrs. R., wid. Ferdinand, h 200 e Seventh 



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IA FpY PERRY V., wks roller shop, h 7 cotton factory row 
Land Capt. M. J., conductor C, C & A. R. R., h 310 e Fifth 
Landecker Sigmund, clerk, h 7 w Trade 
Lasne P., silversmith, h 407 s Tryon 
Latham Mrs. Jane C, widow, h 214 s Tryon 

LATTA E. D. & BRO., Charlotte Clothing Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 42 s Tryon 
LATTA EDWARD, E. D. Latta & Bro., bds Buford House 



FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

I SPECIALTY. .1. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. X. C. 



4W& ARSON • lROS.>€^ 

itorage & Commission- /\erc|)atits, 

|hGrain*a-nd*Feed*Dealer§,^ 

22 East Fourth Street, between Tryon and College, CHARLOTTE, N: C. 

W. A. SMITH, 




BMS3.-ajw 



Livery, 5 a ^ ^ f^eed Stabtes, 

15 N. College Street, 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



C. N. G. BUTT. TOM GRIFFITH. 

— Assurance That Insures. — 

COMBINED ASSETS OVER 

THIRTY MILLION DOLLARS. 



The following first-class Companies represented — Commercial Union, of London; City 
of London Fire, of London ; Fire Association of Philadelphia ; Connecticut, of Hart- 
ford: Hamburg-Bremen, of Hamburg; Springfield Fire and Marine. 

C. N. G. BUTT & CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS, 

Merchants and Farmers National Bank, 35 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. 0. 




tfataid @/. ( ^a^d/e4 y 



Yaln-zy. a^ie^ (Wmtm4^//&4, a£ Q$Lzm, 



10 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



IDDELL & CO., 




MANUFACTURERS- OF ■ 

THE BOSS COTTON PRESS, 

LIDDELL'S VARIABLE FEED SAW MILLS, 

LIDDELL'S COUPLINGS AND HANGERS, 

PULLEYS, SHAFTING, &c, &c. 

901 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 






Branch Offices : 
Montgomery, Ala. — FORBES Liddell, Resident Partner. 

New Orleans, La. — 61 Carondelet Street, F. P. GRAVELEY 
Manager. 

Dallas, Texas. — John G. Hunter, Manager. 



CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, 

— and manufacturer of — 

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS and 

MOULDINGS, &c. 



Corner College and Second Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



'IOLA COLOGNE — fragrant and lasting — manufactured only by 

R. H. JOKDAN & CO., Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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h 9 north B 
and fire insurance, \j n 



LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, io n Church 

Lawing R. E.. miner, h io e Hill 

Lawing Robert E., carpenter, 501 e Tenth, h do 

Lawson Mrs. Elizabeth, wid. John, h 307 n Smith 

Lawton , h 402 w Trade 

Leak Adeline, wid. Dan, h 307 north B. 

Leach Mrs. Mary, wid M. C, h 418 s Church 

Lederer Henry, bar clerk Central Hotel wine room, r do 

LEDWELL REV. THOMAS, Methodist clergyman, s Tryon 
bey citn limits 

Lee Miss Anna, h 306 e Sixth 

Lee Arthur C, engineer C. C. & A. R. R 

Lee Mrs. E. J., h 306 e Sixth 

Lee Regnal A., Burwell, Springs & Lee, 

College, bds Central Hotel 
Leffler Marcus, blacksmith, h 415 north C 
Lentile Miss Mollie, h 503 e Seventh 
Leonard Mrs. Mollie, wid. Jesse h rear 28 Middle 
Leslie Carrie, washer, h cor. Mint and R. R 
Levins Mrs. Rose, wid. Maurice, h 412 north C 
Levy John, moulder, h 11 south B 

Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Represented, or Money Refunded. 33 E. Trade, 
Levy Nat, book agent, h 241 w Trade 
Lewis E. A., moulder, h 2 old Boundary 

Lewis Capt. J. Harvey, engineer C, C. & A. R. R., h 18 north B 
Lewis Mrs. M. J., widow, h 2 old Boundary 

Lewis Miss Rosa, seamstress, h bet College and cotton platform 
Lewis Thomas, brickmason, h.211 w Second 
Libbard Miss Laura, h 208 s Tryon 
Lichtenstien Michael, merchant tailor, gn Tryon, h 612 north B 



boilers, etc., 901 e 



Co., h 604 e Trade 
h 604 e Trade 



LIDDELL & CO., manufacturers of engines, 

Trade 
Liddell Miss Eva, h 604 e Trade 
Liddell Miss Luella, h 604 e Trade 
LIDDELL WALTER S., Liddell & 
LIDDELL W. J. F., Liddell & Co. 

Lillycrop , miner, h 628 s Church 

Lindy Joel, dry goods, etc., 43 e Trade, h 301 n B 

Link George A., clerk, h s Church 

Link Henry G., grocer and com merchant, 

Church, 
LINNELL PHILETUS E., roller coverer at Charlotte cotton 

mills, h 600 w Trade 



203 e Trade, h 634 s 



Concentrators, and all Mining Supplies. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



supt. Charlotte Gas Light Co., h 307 



LINTON SAMUEL E. 

north B 
Little Julian, clerk, h 305 e Fifth 

Little Miss Mollie, h 3.13 w Stonewall 

Littlejohn Richard N., merchandise broker, 45 e Trade, h 306 e 
Seventh 

Litton O. T., machinist, h Seversville 

Lockhart Miss Laura, dry goods, etc., and dressmaker 221 e 
Trade, h B 

Lockhart Win M., h 307 north B 

Long & Bros., groceries, 20S e Trade 

Long Cyrus, clerk, h 12 ex Fifth 

Long David G., Long & Bros., 208 e Trade, h 509 e Ninth 

Long Mrs. F. H., h 41 i n Tryon 

Long Miss Helen, h 411 n Tryon 

Long James C, Long & Bros., 20S e Trade, h 509 e Ninth 

Long John P., Long & Bros., 208 e Trade, h 30S north B 

Long Miss Lorraine, h 411 n Tryon 

LONG WILLIATH L.„ Pliarr & Long, h 513 n Church 

LOSSEE GEORGE B., sec'y of E. L. Turner Publishing Com- 
pany, bds n n Tryon 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateinan's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, 5. C, 

Love John B., street car driver, h 702 south C 

Lowery, Eugene, clerk R. & D. R. R., h 702 n Tryon 

Lucas A. F., bds Buford House 

Lucas Miss Annie, h 601 e Trade 

Lucas Miss Flossie, artist, h 601 e Trade 

Lucas Miss Maggie, school teacher, h 601 e Trade 

Lyles William M., com. salesman, h 503 north B 

Lyon Harry S., clerk, h 509 n Tryon 

Lyon James F., cotton exchange, h 509 n Tryon 

Lyon Martin A., clerk, h 509 n Tryon 

Lyon Miss Sallie H., h 509 n Tryon 



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.cADEN GILES M., h 18 s Tryon 
M C ADEN DIt. J. H., druggist, 7 n Tryon, pres. Merchants' and 

Farmers' Bank, h 606 n Tryon 
McAden Miss Mary T., h iS s Tryon 

M<'ADEN KUFUS Y., pres. First National Bank, h 18 s Tryon 
McAllister Henry B., h 603 w Seventh 
McAllister J. Harvey, clerk, h 2 1 5 w Second 
McCahill Maggie, saleslady, r 203 s Tryon 



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N. MCCATJSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 20!) south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



-UGHES' CHERRY AND GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for the rapid 
cure of all affections of the Lungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by R. II 
-*- - 1 - JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryonand 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



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McCann John, h Biddleville 
: McCarver John, carpenter, h 205 w Trade 
McCarver John, carpenter, 31 w Trade, r do. 
McCarver Joseph, watchman, h 309 w Seventh 
McCarver Thomas, carpenter, h 309. vv Seventh 
McCaul J. Albert, farmer, h 308 w Seventh 
M C CAUSLAND J. N., slate and tin roofer, 209 s Tryon, bds. 

Commercial Hotel, t,2 and 34 s Tryon 
McCaw Joshua, shoemaker, h Fourth 
McClintock James H., county treasurer, h 514 s Ninth 
McClure Miss Lou, h 4 1 8 e Second 

McClure Miss Sue, h 418 e Second j 

McComb Miss Fannie, h 504 n Graham 
M c COMBS DR. J. P., physician and surgeon, 21 n Tryon, bds. 

Belmont Hotel 
McComb J. VV., mer. 'broker, 40 e Trade, h 312 e Seventh 
McConnell John E., carpenter, h 506 n Tryon 
McConnell J. H., planer, h 307 e Sixth 
McConnell Mrs. Martha, h 506 n Tryon 
McConnell Thomas, clerk, r 313 n Tryon 
McConnell T. M., clerk, h 504 n Tryon 

At Hargrave & Alexander's You can flntl the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
McCord David L., h 408 n Smith 
McCord.Miss Mattie C, h 408 il Smith 

McCorkle John M., wines and liquors, 37 w Trade, h 403 Pine 
McCorkle Thomas J., carpenter, h Seversville 
McCormic N., pattern maker, h 205 w Trade 
McCoy C. R., h Seversville 
McCoy James, bar-tender, bds 61S s Church 
McCoy J. C, night watchman, h 8 cotton row 
McCoy Marshall, carpenter, h 307 w Second 

McCoy Miss Nannie, spinner cotton mill, h 8 cotton factory row 
McCracken Miss Delia, dressmaker, h 307 e Sixth 
McCracken Miss Lilly, h 307 e Sixth 
McCracken Miss Mary, dressmaker, h 307 e Sixth 
McCracken R. C, carriage maker, h 307 e Sixth 
McCracken R. E., h 307 e Sixth 

McCracken R. H., collector Singer Co., h n Tryon, ab C C R R 
M C CKIGHT JOHN K., postal clerk, r postoffice 
McCullough Richard, engineer Air Line R. R., h 901 n Graham 
McDonald Edward, com. traveller, h 203 n Myers 
McDonald Mary, wid., 18 w Fourth 
I c DOWELL F. B., Brem & McDowell, h 700 e Trade 

CORNISH IMJ^PsTpiSnC^^ 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E. M. Andrews 



Can furnish all you want for a Weddinsr Present — 
either BABY CARRIAGE, or 



COFFIN. 



1(3 W. Trade St. 



your last want — a 
" Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTOIU'.— White. 



n Graham 



503 Smith 
Graham 



McDowell Miss Lou, h 513 n Church 

McDowell Miss Maggie, h 700 e Trade 

McDowell Mrs. R. R., wid. R. I., h 700 e Trade 

McElrone James C, telegrapher R. & D. R. R., bds. Dodge House 

McGinn George H., (McGinn & Co.) h 511 w Eighth 

McGinn & Co. G. H., (G. H. McGinn and W. H. Stewart) general 
raer., h 203 w Trade 

McGinn I. H., clerk, h 18 s Church 

M l GINNIS E. D., groceries, 315 n Tryon, h 503 

McGinnis Miss Emily, dressmaker, h 20 w Trade 

McGinnis Robert, billiard clerk, h 308 n Church 

McGinnis Warren B., clerk, h Graham 

M'cGowan Patrick J., h 307 south B 

McGravv Miss Belle, spooler cotton mill, 

McGraw H. E., carder cotton mill, h 313 

McKamey Miss Fannie, h 214 w Fourth 

McKamey Miss Laura, h 214 w Fourth 

McKamey Miss Sallie, h 307 w Second 

McKamey W. M., salesman, h 214 w Fourth 

M'KANE PAUL, shoemaker, 31' n Tryon, '1613 e Seventh 

McKee. William N., h B street 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, S. C. 
McKenzie Miss Maggie, h 901 n Tryon 
McKenzie William, policeman, groceries, 910 n Tryon, h 901 n 

Tryon 
McKnight Frank A., groceries, etc., 225 e Trade, h 12 Cedar 
McLaughlin & Heath, cotton buyers, 15 s College 
McLaughlin Isaac, lab., h 502 s Graham 

McLaughlin J. B., (McLaughlin & Johnston) h 410 e Seventh 
McLaughlin & Johnston, grocers and com. met,, 25 s College 
McLaughlin Joseph, McLaughlin & Heath, 15 s College, h 

Trade 
McLaughlin P. S., mail agent C. C. & A. R. R., h 300 Mint 
McLaughlin William, cotton buyer, h S07 e Trade 

McLeod , clerk, bds. Dodge House 

McLeod Maj. M. D. L., clerk, h 18 s Church 

M'MANAWAY ALEXANDER G., pastor Tryon Street Baptist 

Church, h 403 n' Tryon 
McMelins George, carpenter, h 608 s Church 
McMillan Charles, clerk, h 411 n Church 
McNelis C, meats and groceries, 200 s Church 
McNinch Frank A., wines and liquors, 35 s 
Poplar 



807 












h 603 s Tryon 
College, h 301 



Remember ™ 



\T J. X. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
South Tryon Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



HERIOT CLARKSON, 

\2 Law Building, No. 12 North Church Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Jl®" Practices in all the Courts of this State. 



Refers by permission to — A. G. Brenizer, Cashier Commercial 
National Bank; M. P. Pegram, Cashier First National Bank; John 
Wilkes, Mecklenburg Iron Works ; E. D. Latta, Propr. Charlotte 
Clothing Manufacturing Company. 



BORNE ft JtAXWELL, 

Attorneys and Gounsellors-at-Law, 



1 and 3 LAW BUILDING, 



No. 10 North Church Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



JOHN*E.*BROWN, 
Attorney - and - Gouusellor-at -[jaw, 



NO. 6 LAW BUILDING, 



10 North Church Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



0. F\ BA^ON, 
ATTORNEY - AT "LAW, 

No. 14 and 16 Law Building, 
10 North Church Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



©S^Practices in all the Courts. 



f. 



A. J. B^At^L,, 

BROKER, PRODUCE AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

^lons and Fruits of all kinds, Vegetables. E,. rZ.V 



Georgia Mel 



Refer 



ens, &c. Consignments soficited. 



Charlot^N 5 C MerCHantS ^ ^ S ^ ^^ 



onal Bank, 
No. 9 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



jTasbury 

GENERAL ' 

ACTOR 





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-AND MANUFACTUIiEB OF 




- .__ 1 " CHAR LOTTE, N C 

H - p. demolTneuT^ 3 ^^ 

THE LEADING 

Sanitary Plumber & Steam Fitter 

■31 North Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

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Live, Progressive and 'Clean! 

The Concord Times - 

JOHNB. SHERRILL.EurroKANuOw.v.K 



CONGGBD, X. C. 



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UGHES' PECTORAL SYRUP— an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 
HOARSENESS. Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Whitr 



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McNinch Miss Nettie, h 301 n Poplar 

McNinch Samuel, book-keeper, h 301 n Poplar 

McRae Miss Beulah, h 12 w Seventh 

McRae James L., h 12 w Seventh 

McRae Miss Mollie, h 12 w Seventh " 

McWhirter J. W., r 17 s College 

Magill J. B., clerk, h 209 e Fifth 

Magill Thomas R., grocer and commission merchant, 19 s College, 

-h 209 e Fifth 
Mallory William S., cotton weigher, h 214 north C 
Malona James, agent Standard Oil Co., 7 e Trade, h 600 n Tryon 
Mann David, baggage master C. C. & A. R. R., h 15 e Third 
Mann Robert N., h 515 w Seventh 
Manning James, groceries, 515 south E, h do. 
Manning John J., machinist, h 515 south E 
Margolius & Co., mfrs. pieced bagging and ties, 206 Second, nr. 

R. & D. freight depot 
Margolius Ralph, Margolius & Co., h 202 s Church 
Markey Miss Ella L., h 402 n Poplar 
Markey F. Lawrence, h 402 n Poplar 

Markey I. G. & Co., commission merchants, h 239 w Trade 
Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Markey Isador, (Markey & Co.) h 402 n Poplar 
Marse James S.., cotton buyer, h 400 w Fifth 
MARSH JAMES H., (Marsh & Elliott) h 408 el College 
Marsh James, h 504 north A 
Martin Miss Jennie, h 507 n Myers 
Martin J. J., machinist, h 704 e Ninth 
Martin M., h Poplar 
Martin Milo, machinist, h 301 w Tenth 
Mason Charles, salesman, h 319 w Ninth 
Mason Miss Jane, works cotton mill, h 9 cotton factory row 
Mason Jasper S., clerk, h 401 s Tryon 
Mason Mrs. Mary, wid. James, h 9 cotton factory row 
Mason Miss Nora, spooler, h 9 cotton factory row 
Massey Samuel, lab., h 719 s Poplar 
Maxwell Miss Carrie, h 410 n Graham 
MAXWELL DAVID G., justice of the peace, 30 and 32 w 

Trade, h 408 n Graham 
Maxwell Miss Maggie C, h 408 n Graham 
MAXWELL SAMUEL W., deputy register of deeds, 34 w 

Trade, h 408 n Graham 
Maxwell William, h 410 n Graham 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Char.lo.tte, N. C. 






EM. Andrews, E!» 



XITUIiE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 
mher and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
ces. 10 West Trade St., Charlotte. X. C 



DIRECTORY.— W 



Maxwell William, flagman C, C. and A. R. R., h 408 n Graham 
MAXWELL WILLIAM C„ Osborne & Maxwell, lawyers, room 

lion Church, h 410 n Graham 
Mayer A. R., com. salesman, bds Commercial Hotel 
Mayer Miss Maggie, h 302 n College 
Mayer M. C, Mayer & Ross, h 302 n College 
Mayer & Ross, groceries, provisions and grain, 47 e Trade 
Mayes Dennis H., clerk, bds Dodge House 
Mebin Alfred, engineer R. and D. R. R., h 901 n Graham 
Mecklenburg County Jail, George L. Sadler, jailer, 309 Mint 
MECKLENBUBft IRON WORKS, John Wilkes, manager, 512 

w Trade 

MENDEL JACOB 31., manufacturer of cigars, 33 s Tryon, h 31 1 

s Church 
Mensing Henry C, merchant tailor, 4 w Trade, h 506 e Tenth 
MERCER CHARLES O., com. merchant and merchandise 

broker, 14 n College, h 504 e Seventh 
-MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' NATIONAL BANK, 35 e 

Trade 

MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE UNION, Bynum, Bynum & 

Shipp, attorneys, 26 w Trade 
Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Jndson>s 
Congh Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 

Messer George, blacksmith, h Seversville 

Metzler Airs. Sophia, seamstress, h 610 s Smith 

Alews Miss Lizzie, spooler, h 7 cotton factory row 

Meyer Jacob H., carpenter, h 216 e Seventh 

Meyers Connie, h 411 e Tenth 

Meyers Effie, seamstress, h 615 Mint 

Meyers R. B., wks furniture factory , h 41 1 e Tenth 

Millen Jasper, wks roller shop, h 514 w Seventh 

MILLER, REV. ARNOLD W., D. D„ pastor First Presbyte- 
rian church, h 214 w Trade 

MILLER JOHN W. & CO., provision and grain dealers, 39 s 
College 

MILLER JOHN W., Jno W. Miller & Co., and R. M. Miller & 
Sons, 39 College, h 513 s Tryon 

3IILLER R. M & SONS, cotton,' 39 s College 

MILLER R. M., SR , president the D. A. Tompkins Co., 36 s 
College, h 524 s Tryon 

MILLER R. M., JR., Jno W. Miller & Co., and R. M. Miller & 
Sons, sec'y and treas. of the D. A. Tompkins Co., 39 College 
h 314 s Tryon *"- 
Miller Miss Sarah H., h 214 w Trade 



pOR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES GIV c B ArT A 

J. N. McCAUSLAND, 200 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



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E carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &e. R. H. JORDAN & CO. , DruL-ists, 
3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N.'c. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



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Singer machine agent, h 206 n Church 



Miller Thomas C, clerk car record office R. & D R R 

Miller T. M., bds Central Hotel 

Miller William H. 

Mills Mrs. Alice, wid. h 409 e Fifth 

Minter James B., baggage master, bds 600 w Trade 

MISENHEIMEK LAWSON H., grocer and com. merchant 319 
and 321 n Tryon, h 4-12 n Church 

Misenheimer Joseph F. h 905 n Tryon 

Moody Mrs. S. F., groceries, 413 e First, h do 

MOODY W. A., freight agent R. & D. R. R., h 510 n Tryon 

Moore Miss Annie, seamstress, h 404 Mint 

Moore B. N., com. salesman, bds Central Hotel 

Moore Charles, clerk, h 310 n Troyn 

Moore Charles C, book-keeper, h 500 n Graham 
Moore Miss Hattie, school teacher, h 5 w Seventh 
Moore J. C, h 310-11 Tryon 

Moore Miss Jennie, seamstress, h 404 Mint 

Moore John, carpenter, h 500 Smith 

Moore Miss Kate, dressmaker, h 5 w Seventh 

Moore Mrs. Kate, seamstress, h 404 mint 

Moore Richard, hardware, stoves and sewing machines, 33 *e 

Trade, h 315 w Tenth 
Ibargrave & Alexander Carry a Largre Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 
Moore Robert, h 31011 Tryon 
Moore Robert, telegrapher, h 906 n Tryon 
Moore William, printer, h 310 n Tryon 
Mooring Miss Ella, h n Tryon, 1st h ab. C. C. R. R 
Mooring Mrs. M. E. A., wid., h n Tryon, 1st h ab. R. R. 
Moles Fred., clerk, h 900 n Tryon 
Montgomery R. H., clerk, h 317 south B 
Montgomery Winslow, carpenter, h 415 n Graham 
■ Moran James, h 9 e Hill 
Morehead J. M., h 717 s Tryon 
Morehead John L., h 717 s Tryon 
Morehead Miss M. L., h 717 s Tryon 
Morris G. J., drayman; h 216 n Myers 
Morrison Miss E. J., h 506 e Ninth 
Morrison John W., book-keeper, r 313 n Tryon 
Morrow Benjamin, room 223 e Trade 
Morrow Frank, brickmason, h 412 s Smith 
Morrow Fred., clerk, r 223 e Trade 
Morrow J. M., clerk Superior Court, h 412 n Tryon 
Morrow John, r 223 e Trade 



Stamp Batteries, Poki^Batteries. 

MECKLENBURG- IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C 



IV.I 



E. M. Andrews, as» 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFIN'S and 

* m S in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



e Trade bey. 



Morrow John L., clerk, r 327 e Trade 

Morrow Mrs. Mary J., wid. Maj. Benj., h 215 s Myers 

Morrow Robert, clerk, I1412 n Tryon 

MJRSE R. II., marble and granite works, 206 s Tryon, also 
brick manufacturer, 225 w Trade, h 620 s Church 

Morse W. M., marble cutter, h 620 s Church 

Morton L. C, h 313 north C 

Mosby Mrs. Sarah, wid., h 900 n Tryon 

Moss C, railroader, h 315 Mint 

Moss Charles, (Munzler Beer Co.) h 413 n Graham 

Moss Joseph, clerk, h 402 w Trade 

Moss Miss Lucinda, h 402 w Trade 

MOSTELEER J. F., meat market, 228 n Tryon, h 
city limits 

Moyer Mrs. E. M., dressmaker, 217 w Trade 

MOYER & HIRSHINGER, dry goods, etc., 10 and 12 n Tryon 

MOYER JOSEPH, (Moyer & Hirshinger) h 610 s Tryon 

Mullen W. N., groceries, 410 s Church, h 408 do 

Mullis Miss Bettie, h 204 Morehead 

Mullis James A., carpenter, h 610 w Eighth 

Mullis John J., carpenter, h 610 w Eighth 

For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Drug-gists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
MUNZLER FRED. C, beer bottler, 247 e Trade, h 5 1 

boundary 
Munzler Martin, clerk, h 900 e Trade 
Murphy Denis, shipping clerk, h 15. e Third 
Murphy Denis, clerk, h 17 cotton factory row 
Murphy Harry G., druggist, h 410 n College 
Murphy James E., clerk, h 410 n College 
Murphy John W., moulder, h 410 n College 
Murphy Miss Mary IT, h 410 n College 
Murphy Matthew, gas fitter, h 410 n College 
MURPHY MELVIN M., delivery clerk I 
Murphy Miss Nina, h 410 n College 

Murphy Miss Nora, spinner, cotton mill, h 15 cotton factory row 
Myers Baxter S., merchandise and grain broker, 17 s College h 

405 e Trade 
Myers Mrs. Elizabeth, h 406 e Trade 
Myers Frank C, clerk R. and D. R. R„ h 608 s Tryon 
Myers John S., farmer, h 405 e Trade- 
Myers Joseph P., clerk R. and D. R. R 
Myers Miss Kate, h 608 s Tryon 
Myers Mrs. Margaret, wid C. T„ h 608 s Tryon 



O., h 410 n College 



h 409 n College 



r, AL Fo RpKi ITE Stoves and Tinware. 

J. ,N. MoCAUSLAND. 300 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Hugh W. Harris, 

Attorney-at-J^aw, 



36 West Trade Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



JSTPractices in the State anc 



3d Federal Courts. Collections made in any 
part of the United States. Refers by permission to— First National Bank, 
Charlotte, N. C; The National Bank of Chester, Chester, S. C. 



F. A. HICKS, 

«jPKaCTlC£l HOUS^ROOfEff 






CHARLOTTE, X. C. 



ja-l am now prepared to do a 1 kinds of house roofing in Tin or Slate, guttering and 
Repairing. Orders iron, lie adjoining towns and country^ receive prompt attention 
With an experience of fifteen years at the business, I feel confident that lean™"; 
satisfaction 1,1 all my work and therefore solicit the public patronage. Remember I 
guarantee all my work. Prices to suit the times. Best reference giren. Agent for 
Boynton Furnaces. Place of business, 2d door in Central Hotel buildmg 6 E Trade St 



B. M. PRESSON & SON, 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, 

FINE CIGARS flHi) TOBACCO. 



Corner Trade and B Streets, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



ASBURY & FINGER, 

IoNTRACTOHS^ND* BUILDERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Newel Posts, Bal- 
usters, Railings, Brackets, &c. 



300 East Fifth and 503 East Trade Street 



CHARLOTTE, X. C 



l^. • A. • Miscnhdmer, 



-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- 



Irocer and Gommission Aerchant 

Dealer in CIGARS, SNUFF, TOBACCOS, COFFEES, TEAS, 
SUGARS and CANNED GOODS of all kinds. 

Specialties : VEGETABLES, FRUITS, FRENCH and AMERICAN CANDIES. 

319 and' 321 North Try on Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



T. L. SEIGLE. 



FT. 



W. S. ALEXANDER. 



L. SEIGLE & CO., 



Dealers in STAPLE and FAWeY"" 



DRY GOODS,*NOTIONS, 

HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 



'Dress-Making a Speciatly. 



No. II West Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



S. J. WARREN, 

MINING EXPERT, 

75 East Fourth Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



6®°° Agent for the sale of properties in the Southern States. Mines 
examined and reported upon. 



y- TUG-IIES' QUININE HAIR TOXIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 
[3— j thor&ughly eradicates Dandruff, and stops the hair falling. Prepared by R. II. 
JL X JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 3 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Wihte. 



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Myers Richard, route agent Air-Line Div., h 405 e Trade 
Myers Col.' William R. h 405 e Trade 

Myers Wm. R., Jr., route agent R. and D. R. R., h 405 e Trade 
Myers W. P., com. traveler, r 202 s Tryon 



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ASH CAPT. FRED, city clerk and inspector, and insur- 
ance, city hall, 301 n Tryon, h 403 n Church 
Nathan Mrs. A. wid. M., h 306 n College 

Nathan Henry M., clothing, etc., 215 c Trade, h 306 n College 
Neill William, clerk, h 518 north D 
Neisler C. M., machinist, h 401 Pine 
Neisler Miss Cofinna, h 403 n Graham 
Neisler Miss Gussie, music teacher, h 403 n Graham, 
Neisler John H., harness maker, h 401 Pine 
Neisler Samuel J., machinist, h 403 n Graham 
Nelson Mrs Fannie, wid. James, h 407 w Ninth 
Nelson James B., blacksmith, h 407 w Ninth 
Nethers Mrs. J. V., wid., h 402 w Trade 
Neatherry J. K. P., printer, h Trade bey. city limits 
.•NEWCOMB GEORGE E., Newcomb Bros., cor. Ninth and N 

C. R. R., h 318 w Ninth 
Hargrove & Alexander Carry a Nice Line of Gents' Furnishings, 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, if. C. 
vNewcomb Mrs. Gussie, Mrs. S. & G. Newcomb, 24 w Trade, h 318 

w Ninth 
NEWCOMB JOHN H., Newcomb Bros., cor Ninth and N. C. R. 

R., h 318 w Ninth 
Newcomb Mrs S. & G., millinery and fancy goods, 24 w Trade 
I Newcomb Mrs. Susie, Mrs. S. & G. Newcomb, 24 w Trade, h 318 

w Ninth 
NICHOLS BURGESS, furniture and undertaker, 17 w Trade, 

bds Central Hotel 
Nicholson Mack, clerk, h 409 e Fifth 

NISBET A. ROSS, A. R. & W. B. Nisbet, h 415 n Graham 
NISBET A. R. & W. B-, groceries and confections, 5 w Trade 
Nisbet Mrs. S. A., h 415 n Church 

''NISBET W. B., A. R. & W. B. Nisbet, h 415 n Church 
Noell John, miner, h Seversville 
Noell William, shoemaker, Seversville 
Nolen John W., carpenter, h 411 n Smith 
'Noles William P., shoemaker, h outside limits 

Norman Mrs. ., wid. h 608 s Church 

Norman Mrs. Annie, wid. John, h 310 s College 
Norman George W., bar tender, h 310 s College 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



North Fred, h 416 s Church 

North State Club Rooms, R. M. Miller, Jr., president, H. H. Orr, 

sec. and treas., 202 n Tryon 
Northey James, laborer, h 504 s College 
Northey James, clerk, h 712 s Church 
Northey J. D., gen. mer., 912 s Church, h do 
Northey John, bar tender, h 714 s Church 
Northey John, slate -roofer, h 634 s Church 
Northey Mrs. Mary, wid., h 634 s Church 
Northey William, painter, h 634 s' Church 
Norwood Richard, farmer, h Trade bey. city limits 
NORWOOD VANCE, press-room manager R. E. Blakey's 

Printing and Publishing House, corner Trade and College, h 

end e Trade 



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'AXES BROS., cotton com. merchants, 201 e Trade 

OATES DAVID W., Oates Bros., 201 e Trade, h 404 w Trade 

DATES JAMES M., Oates Bros., 210 e Trade, h 710 s Tryon 

OATES JOHN E., Oates Bros., 201 e Trade, h 403 s Tryon 

OATES ROBERT M., pres. Charlotte Cotton Mills, h 501 n 
Tryon 

Ask for the Essences, and Batemau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Oates Robert M., h 404 w Trade 

O'DONOGHUE DR. D., physician and surgeon, 5 e Trade, h 
400 e Trade 

OLIVER OIL CO., mfrs. of cotton seed oil, cake meal and re- 
gins, n Ninth st. and R. & D. R. R. 

Oliver Fred., (cotton seed oil mill) h 408 s Tryon 

Orders J. Y., carpenter, h 612 e Ninth 

Orr A. J., keeper at stockade, h 806 w Trade 

Orr Andrew C, railroad fireman, h 21-2 w Second 

Orr Miss Annie, milliner, h 310 s Poplar 

Orr Miss Fannie, h 505 e Trade 

Orr Harvey H., Sanders & Orr, h 309 s Tryon 

Orr J. L., policeman, h 310 s Poplar 

Orr John, examiner at Latta Bros., h 13 n Poplar 

Orr John F., teller First National Bank, h 506 e Trade 

Orr Miss Laura, h 505 e Trade 

Orr Miss Maggie I., h 310 s Poplar 

Orr Dr. M. M., h 505 e Trade 

Orr William, yardmaster R. & D. R. R., h 212 w Second 

Osborne A. Duncan, clerk, h 307 n Graham 



REMEMBER 



I AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES.- 
J. N. McCAUSLAND, 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte. X. C. 



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UGHES' DRY CHAMPOO— for Cleansing the Sealp and Presenting Dandruff — 
11 2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Chatlotte, X. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



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OSBORNE & ASBURY, (A. W. Osborne and J. Asbury) brick- 
makers, Park Hutchison estate, outside limits 
OSBORNE A. W., (Osborne & Asbury) h 613 n Church 
OSBORNE REV. E. A., Episcopal clergyman, h 307 n Graham 

OSBORNE E. K. P., lawyer,, room 4, 10 n Church, h 311 n 

Graham 

OSBORNE FRANK I., attorney at law, Osborne & Maxwell, n 

500 w Trade 

Osborne James, carpenter, h rear 908 s Tryon 

Osborne Mrs. M. A., h 500 w Trade 

Osborne Miss Mary L., school teacher, h 307 n Graham 

OSBORNE. & MAXWELL, (F. I. Osborne and W. C. Maxwell) 
lawyers, room 1, ion Church 
[ Osborne P. A., groceries, 401 Pine, h do. 

Osborne Peter A., clerk, h 401 Pine 

Osborne William, h 608 e Tenth 

Ott V. G., bds. Belmont Hotel 

Overbaugh Edward W., clerk Belmont Hotel 

Overby William B., saddler, h Trade - 

Overcash Bryant, clerk, h 314 w Eighth 

Overcash E , h 314 w Eighth 

Hargrave & Alexander Fay Special and Prompt Attention to all 
orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 

Overcash Miss Kate, dressmaker, h 314 w Eighth 
\ Overcash William, clerk, h 610 Pine 

Overcash Edward, carpenter, h Seversville 

Overman C. A., bds. Central Hotel 

Owens H. B., printer, h 15 w Third 

Owens Spurgins, cutter, Latta Bros., h 13 n Poplar 

Owens Williams, h 313 south C 

Oxenham W. H., miner, also groceries, h 506 w Hill 

Oxenham Thomas H., shoemaker, 223 w Trade, h 506 w Hill 

Ozment Alexander, harness maker, h Poplar 

Ozment J. J., cabinet and repair shop, 234 e Trade, h 620 e Eighth 

Ozment Mrs. M. L., wid. John A., h 610 e Eighth 



'ACE ABNER, carpenter, h 26 Middle 
Pace Anniers, cutter, Latta Bros., h 609 w Eighth 
Pace Henry, engineer, h 400 e Twelfth 
Palmer James, h 819 s Tryon 
Panella G. A., confectioner, 12 e Trade, h Mint 
Pardue Louie A., at yard R. & D. R. R., h 404 n Graham 
Pardue Mrs. Susan, wid. Thomas, h 404 n Graham 



"WH^ITEl for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



EM A Tl f\ rOnrO °>!' f T> o^l'j?" TOHlt for a Wedding- Present— 

: LUi * lii • N> W. Irade St., Charlotte, N. 

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DIRECTORY.— White. 



Parker Mrs. Eliza, wid., h 910 s Tryon 

Parker W. A., com. traveller, h 305 Pine 

Parkinson E. M., machinist, h 414 e Seventh 

Parks Mrs. Ann, wid., h 603 n Tryon 

Parks Miss Cynthia, dressmaker, h 215 w Fourth 

Parke, Davis & Co., botanic company, 204 s College 

PARKS BEV.G.D., Presbyterian clergyman, h 601 n Poplar 

Parks Miss Jennie, h 601 n Poplar 

Parks Miss Kate, h 601 n Poplar 

Parks William M., clerk, h 601 n Poplar 

Parnell Edmund, railroad fireman, h 503 n Smith 

Patterson L., clerk, h Church 

Patterson R. A., carpenter, h 306 Johnston 

Patton B. C, carpenter, h 301 n Myers 

Patton Bennie H., mailing clerk Chronicle office, h 216 n College 

Patton James M., carpenter, h 216 n College ■ 

Patton James M. Jr., printer, h 216 11 College 

Paul Robert, peddler, h 21011 College 

Pegram Miss Bessie, h 804 s Tryon 

PEGRAM & CO., boots and shoes and trunks and valises 16 s 
Iryon 

For Diarrhoea. Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
PEGKAM MILES P., cashier First National Bank, h 6*6 n 
College 

PEGRAM MILES P. JR., hats, caps and gents' furnisher, 3 6 s 

Iryon, opp. Buford House, h 225 n Tryon 
PEGRAM WILLIAM W., boots and shoes, 16 s Tryon h 804 

s 1 ryon ^ 

Pegram Willis E., book-keeper, h 804 s Tryon 
Pegram W. M„ agent Piedmont Wagon Co., 51 s College, h 4.2 n 

College ^ 

Peirce Miss Mattie, seamstress, h Hill nr. B 
Peoples Robert Baxter, clerk, h 401 s Tryon 
Perkinson Mrs. J. W., wid., h 215 w Eighth 
Perry Louis, livery stable — Fourth, h 206 e Fifth 
Perry S. J., com. traveller, h 309 e Fifth 
Pettus Charles, painter, h 703 w Trade 
Pettus John, engineer R. & D. R. R., h 704 w Trade 
Pettus John S., h 703 w Trade 

Pettus Thomas, fireman- Air Line R. R., h 703 w Trade 
Pettus Miss Violet, dressmaker, h 703 w Trade 
Pevaugh P. C, h 502 north A 
Pharr Mrs. E. J., dressmaker, h 504 n Tryon 



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N. MCCAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 






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R. H. FIELD, Charlotte, N. C. 



T. E. FIELD, Hickory, N. C. 



FIELD BROTHERS, 

Commission :-: Merchants, 



-AND DEALERS IN- 



GROCERIES, GRAIN, FLOUR, BACON, BUTTER, CHICK- 
ENS, EGGS, and all kinds of Country Produce. 
209 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE. N. C. 




-HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL- 



^PAINTER,*- 



40 North Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



STOP AT THE 



^B£Ln0NT«P\OTELi 

FIELD BROS., Proprietors, HICKORY, N. C. 



&&" Situated near the Depot, in the business part of the town. 
Porter at every train. Large sample rooms for the use of commer- 
cial travelers. ■' 



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M us. * Ienson * 4* Reeves, 

Millinery - Emporium, 

CENTRAL HOTEL. 
14 last Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 





DEALER IX— 



SEGARS, 

TOB/KXO 

SXUFF. 
PIPES, &v. 



■201 North Tryon Stn 






ALSO — 



Co 1 lector 



AND 



General 
Commission. 




CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Boot and Shoe # 
• Maker 



<i Ka«t Trade Street, 
E@~Repa 



(Central Hotel Building.) 

CHARLOTTE, N. 0. 
'ring executed with Neatness and Dispatch. 



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UGHES' PECTORAL SYRUP— an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 
HOARSENESS. Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 

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DIRECTORY.— White. 



PHAKR JAMES W., salesman, bds. 37 n Tryon 

PHARR JOHN K., Pharr & Long, 42 s Tryon, h 303 n Tryon 

PHARR & LONG, (J. R. Pharr and William L. Long) whole- 
sale and retail clothiers, 42 s Tryon 

Phelan John, groceries, 803 e Fifth, h 801 e Fifth 

Phelan P. H., clerk, h 805 "s Tryon 

Phelan P. R., clerk, h 514 e Seventh 

Phifer Miss Codie, h 712 n College 

Phifer Edward, h 712 n College 

Phifer George, h 712 n College 

Phifer J. H., freight clerk C.C R. R., h 17 s College 

Phifer Walter, clerk, h Seventh 

Phifer William, farmer, h 712 n College JL 

Phifer William M., h 508 e Second 

Phillips Mrs. E., wid. Hollis, h 91 1 s Church 

Phillips Mrs. Henrietta, wid. Jordan, h 511 n Church 

PHILLIPS JAMES S., merchant tailor, 36 s Tryon, h 211 e 
Sixth 

Phillips Miss Sallie, h 211 e Sixth 

Piedmont Wagon Company, W. M. Pegram, manager, 51 s College 

Pigford Sur. Isaac, Davidson & Pigford, confections, etc., 17 e 
Trade, h 907 n Tryon 

Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Make 
a Specialty of Dress Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 

PITCHER GORDON, Pitcher gold mine, h white graded school 
grounds 

Pitcher Miss-Lula, h white graded school grounds 

Plummer James M., meat market, 8 e Trade, h 304 w Seventh 

POLICE HEADQUARTERS, William M. Stitt, chief, 4 s Trade 

Pomeroy J. V., h 307 e Ninth 

Porter A. A., clerk, bds Central Hotel 

Porter Julius, h 300 n Poplar 

Powell Benjamin F., book-keeper, h 501 n Graham ■ 

Powell James B., clerk, h 501 n Graham 

Powell Pink, machinist, h 813 n Graham 

Powell Thomas L., student, h 501 n Graham 

Powell William H., com. traveler, h 501 n Graham 

Powers Miss Amanda, h nr Graded school 

Powers Mrs. Laura, wid. h nr graded school 

Prather William, student, h n Tryon ab R. R 

PRATHER WILLIAM N., baker and confectioneries, 216 e 
Trade, h n Tryon 

PRESSON BENJAMIN M., JR., B. M. Presson & son, 327 e 
Trade, h north B 

NGINES AND BOILERS, WATER WHEELS, CORN 
and Wheat Mills. Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte,N.C. 



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(^VyVPiwt-Claas Furniture House. Give him a call. 
.r 16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, NJ C. 

DiJUBCTOBY.-iWHira. 



Presson & Son, 327 e 



h 702 n Tryon 






PRESSOR BENJAMIN M. SB, B. M 

Trade, h n B 

PBE3SON B M. & SON, groceries, etc., 327 e Trade 

riesson b>. L., harness maker, h 507 north C 

Preston Charles F., lost car agent R. and D R R 

Price Mrs. Helen, wid. Charles, h 410 n College 

Price J. S., com. traveler, h 608 s Tryon 

Prim Joseph, r 25 w Trade 

Pritchard Mrs. A. E„ wid Dr. H. M, h 704 e Trade 

PBITCHETT C. S„ painter, 800 n GrTham h do 

Pruett George W., laborer, h bey. C C depot 

PUre i°mit J s K " blaCkSmith and wheelwright, 919 e Trade, outside 
Purefoy Mrs. J. K., florist, 919 e Trade, h do 
Purviance Miss Ella, dressmaker, h 404 e Fifth 
Purv.ance Miss Jane, dressmaker, h 404 e Fifth 

(^,1 EEY CALVIN M., manager for Mrs. P. Ouery & Co h 

20 w 1 rade 
Query Miss Clara E, school teacher, h ^o w Trade 
Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biscuits. No AI«m Poisoning in it. Ladies 

Try Iocuta for the Skin, 
yuery Miss Pauline, h 20 w Trade 

mE £L m *!o p - Mrs - p Query & Co - mil]inei ->'- «*■• * w 

Quinn David M., blacksmith, h 700 e Seventh 
yumme Matthew, brickmason, 302 n Smith 
Quirles Mrs. Marietta, seamstress, hue Sixth 

-R/ANKIN A E. & BEO., boots and shoes, Johnston block 
40 s I ryon 

BANKIN A EBWIN, A. E. Rankin & Bro., h 500 n Tryon 
Rankin Miss Annie, h 500 n Tryon Y 

BANKIN JAMES B, manager for A. E. Rankin & Bro 4 o 

Tryon, h 500 n Tryon ' 4 

Rankin Miss Maggie, h S oo n Tryon 
BANKIN THOMAS S., A. E. Rankin & Bro., h S oo n Tryon 

"Tryo^r^eVK" 1 "^^ "* -^^ - 
Ratte rree V. B. compositor, h w Sixth 



HUGHES 



t CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Ray Edward C, com. traveler, h 410 s Tryon 
Ray Mrs. Martha M., wid., h 309 e Fifth 
Ray Miss Mattie, dressmaker, h 501 n Poplar 
Ray William A., book-keeper, h 309 e Fifth 
Ray S. E., bds Buford House 
Rayfield Mrs. Martha, h 669 w Eighth 
Rayle Edward, printer, h 216 n Fourth 
Raymond Miss Beulah, h 507 n Myers 

Raymond G. T., manager Point Mining Co., h 803 e trade 
Reab George E., messenger, bds Central Hotel 
Reading Louis S., carpenter, h 303 w Fourth 
Reading Mrs. Harriet N., wid., h 303 w Fourth 
Reed Walker, gardener, h n Tryon bey. city limits 
REESE THOS., Thos. Reese & Co., 14 s Tryon, bds Central Hotel 
REESE THOMAS & CO., druggists, 14 s Tryon 
Reeves — , tinner, h 208 s Tryon 

Reeves Miss Delia, speeder, cotton mill, h 309 n Graham 
Reeves John, engineer, cotton mill, h 309 n Graham 
Reeves Miss Mamie, slubber, cotton mill, h 309 n Graham 
REEVES NELLIE, Benson & Reeves, 14 e Trade, h 502 e Fifth 
Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Reeves Thomas P., clerk R. and C. R. R., h 502 e Fifth 
Reeves William, picker, h 612 w eighth 

Reformitory Home, Mrs. Alice Walton, matron, 206 n Myers 
Reid Mattie, h 30 s College 
Reid William, clerk, bds Dodge House 
Reid William L., clerk, r 31 e Trade 
Reid Mrs. W. K., wid. h 602 n Tryon 
_Remley Dora J., h 507 n College 
Remley John W.; h 507 n College 
Remley Rosa, h 507 n College 
Renz Mrs. Catherine, wid, h 9 e Fifth 
Renz Lena, seamstress, h 9 e Fifth 
Reynolds Davis, drug clerk, h 319 w Fifth 
Reynolds Edward, com. traveler, h 319 w Fifth 
Roberts C. S., time keeper, h 501 w Fourth 
Rhyne A. Sidney, Rhyne & Bro., 227 e Trade, r 223 do 
Rhyne & Bro., groceries, etc., 227 e Trade 
Rhyne Sylvanus, Rhyne & Bro. 227 e Trade, r 223 do 
Rice John, h bey C. C. depot 

Richardson Miss Edna, speeder, cotton mill, h 309 n Graham 
• Richardson Miss Henrietta, seamstress, h e Fifth cor Myers 
Richardson John H. book-keeper, h 504 n Church 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E.M.Andrews,£E 



RNITTJRE for Parlor 
and Kitchen, 



ier 
ices. 



ana library, Furniture 
Furniture all Qualities 
16 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C 



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Richardson Mrs. Salina, wid. h e Fifth cor Myers 

Richmond and Danville Railroad Freight Office, W A Moody 

agent, A st. corner of Third 
RIGLER C. A., Rigler & Bro., h 211 e Seventh 
RIGLER. D M, D. M. Rigler & Bro., h 501 north B 
RIGLER D. M. & BRO., bakery and confectioneries, 26 s Tryon 
Rigler Edward W., flagman C, C. and A. R. R„ h 412 north C 
Rigler Mrs. George, widow, dressmaker, h 304 s College ' 
Rigler John, clerk, h 304 s College 
Rigler John R., machinist, h 307 w Seventh 
Rigler Miss Mary, dressmaker, h 304 s College 
Rigler Mrs. Mary A., wid John, h 211 e Seventh 
Rintels A. J., com. salesman, h Fifth 
Rintels David W., drug clerk, h Fifth 
Rime/ Johh L., carpenter, h 503 Smith 
Ritch T. L., farmer, h 503 north A 
Roark Miss E. A., groceries, h 815 n Graham 
Roark J. M., lunch stand 514 w Trade, h 606 w Trade 
Roark Warren, cotton buyer, h 815 n Graham 

ROBERT PORTNER BREWING CO., C. Valer manager 7 
e Fifth ' ' 

Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 
Cough Mixture, and Teisan, the Great Worm Medicine. 

Roberts George M„ engineer C. C. & A. R. R., h 807 n Graham 
Roberts T. C, machinist, h Seversville 
Robertson John, lab., h 607 w Eighth 

Robertson Miss Lexia C, spinner cotton mill, h 607 w Eighth 
Robertson T. R., clerk Criminal Court, h 415 w Trade 
Robinson Elijah, lab., h cor. Myers and Stonewall 
Robinson Mrs. Eliza, wid. Robert, h 319 w Ninth 
Robinson Henry, telegraph operator, bds. Dodge House 
Robinson Mrs. Isabella, wid., h 18 Middle 
Robinson James, associate editor Chronicle, h S7 n Tryon 
Robinson Miss Jane, h 18 Middle 
Robinson Miss Jemina, h cor. Myers and Stonewall 
Robinson Joseph, cattle dealer, h 218 n Myers 
Robinson J. R., fireman, h 507 w Trade 
Robinson J. T., bds. Central Hotel 

Robinson Mrs. Margaret, wid. Watson, h 218 n Myers 
Robinson M. W., lamp lighter, h 709 north D 
Robinson Sampson, lab., h e Fifth, cor. Myers 
Roediger Charles, h 816 n Graham 

Roediger Charles, saloon, also shoemaker, 19 and 21 s Tryon h ?oi 
n Church ' J 



J. 



N. MCCAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country 209 south Tryon street. Charlotte, N\ C. 



HUGHES' CHERRY AND GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE-for the rapid 
JORDAN&CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryonand 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte N C 



DIRECTORY —White." 



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Tryon See ad- 



Roediger George, clerk, h 301 n Church 

Roediger Miss Hulda, h 301 ft Church 

Roediger Mrs. Louisa, wid., h 816 n Graham 

Roessler Julius, salesman, h 404 s Church 

Rollins Henry, shoemaker, h 221 ft College 

Rollins Henry T., baggage master, h Soqmorth C 

Rooke John B;, h 415 e Ninth 

Rousseau John, com. salesman, h 402 w Trade 
ROSS & ADAMS, books and stationery, 22 s 

vertisement on page 90 
Ross Baxter, (Taliaferro & Ross) h 501 w Trade 
Ross Miss Eldora, h 501 w Trade 
Ross Miss Estell, h 501 n Tryon 
Ross James T., collector Observer, h 305 s Tryon 
Ross J. D., house mover, h 702 w Trade 
Ross John B., (Mayer & Ross) h 502 n College 
Ross Joseph, flagman Air Line Div., h 702 w Trade 
ROSS ROBERT C, Ross & Adams, 22 s Tryon, h 304 e Ninth 
Ross Mrs. Sarah, wid. John P., h 501 w Trade 
Rudisill John F., druggist, h 508 n College 
Rudisill Jonas, architect, h 302 n College 

Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Iteyresented, or Money Refunded. 33 E Trade 
Rudisill Miss M. J., h 508 n College 
Rudisill M. L., carpenter, h 508 n College 
Russell E. W., fireman Air Line Div., h 700 w Trade 
Russell Richard B., h 503 n Church 
Russell William, clerk, h 506 e Seventh 
Ryan Joseph D., bar clerk, bds. Buford House 

SADLER GEORGE L„ jailer, jail 309 Mint, h do 

Sadler O. M., supt. Southern Express Co., h 700 s Tryon 

SAterman Matthew, bds Central Hotel 

Sams J. K., stock keeper, bds Central Hotel 

Sanders Lewis W., Sanders & Orr, 16 n College, h 309 s Tryon 

banders & Orr, cotton merchants, 16 n College 

Sarratt . Lawson L„ R. B. Alexander & Co., 307 n Tryon, bds 303 

n 1 ryon J J 

Sausman Frank, guard at stockade, h Seversville 
Sausman F. M., farmer, h Seversville 
Sausman John, machinist, h Seversville 
Sausman Joseph, painter, h College bey C. C. R R 
Sausman Joseph, Jr., baggage master C. C. R. r'., h College, "bey 

C. C. R. R. ■.''•■ 

Concentrators, and all Mining SupDlies~ 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N^C ' P ^ ' 



1/ 
ROSS & ADAMS, 

(Successors to TIDDY & BRO.) 



WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IS 



H©©lig, • §\<2i\iome>rty, • (Boll © Paper, 

FANCY GOODS, PAPER BAGS, WRAPPING, NEWS, , 
AND ALL KINDS OF PAPER. 

.OWEST PRICES GUARANTEED. 

No. 22 South Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Dodge House, 

28 S. TRYON ST., CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Centrally Located. Street Cars Passing Front Door. 
Comfortable Rooms. First-class Meals. Moderate Rates. 



^G-ive Us a Trial. 



A. R. WILLMAN, 

Gun and Locksmith, 

General Opening and Repairing of Safes, 

Dealer in GUNS AND LOCKS, Repairing of MACHINERY, PLUMBING 

in all its branches promptly attended to. All work guaranteed 

to give satisfaction. 

34 N Tryon Street, CHARLOTTE, N. 0. 

S. F. LONG, 

DEALER IN 

WINES, WHISKIES, TOBACCO, 
CIGARS, &C. 

puw N.C. GomV l)iskY a Sl* cialt Y- 

ii North College Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



V 



IOLA COLOGNE— fragrant and lasting— manufactured only by 

R, H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists. 
_■ 2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Sausman Lee, moulder, h Seversville 

Savage N. L., blacksmith, n College, h 712 north C 

SAVIN S. A., sec'y and treas. of Southern Chemical Company h 

508 north B 
Sawyer Miss Fannie, h 702 north D 
Sawyer Mrs. Mary, wid. A. T., h 702 north D 
Scales Thomas L., tobacco salesman, h 609 e Eighth 
Scarboro J. C, machinist 
Scarr Miss Addie, h 505 n Graham 
Scarr Miss Alice, h 505 n Graham 

Scarr Dr. Francis, supt. Elmwood Cemetery, h 505 n Graham 
Scarr- Miss Louise, h 505 n Graham 
Scarr Miss Sallie J., h 505 n Graham ) 

SCHIFF & CO., wholesale grocers and commission merchants 
26 e Trade 

SCHIFF JONAS, Schiff & Co., 26 e Trade, h 707 e Trade 
Schiff Julius, clerk, bds Central Hotel 

SCHIFF LOUIS N., Schiff & Co., 26 e Trade, h 707 e Trade 
Schiff Miss M. Emma, h 707 e Trade 

SCHIFF PHILIP, Schiff & Co., farmer, 26 e Trade, h 707 e 
Trade 

At Hargrave & Alexander's You can find the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 

Schiff Philip, bds Central Hotel 

Schroeder William H„ Duls & Schroeder, 214 e Trade, h 306 n B 

Schultz Julius carpenter, h 413 north C 

Scott Calvin, grocer and commission merchant, 23 s College h 707 
e Trade 

Scott John M., drug clerk, h 707 e Trade 

Scott W. B., butcher, h 217 n Myers 

Scott William, shoemaker, 609 e Eighth h do 

SCOVILLE GEORGE W., Scoville SBrockenbrough, proprie- 
tors Central Hotel, 7 s Tryon 

Seigle Thaddeus B., clerk, h 310 w Fifth 

SEIGLE THOMAS L., T. L. Seigle & Co., n w Trade, h 310 
w Fifth 

SEIGLE T. L. & CO., dry goods, hats, caps, clothing, etc., n w 

irade. See advertisement 
Sellers Mrs. Lizzie, wid James, h 11 Cedar 
Sellers William J., moulder, h 607 e Seventh 
Severs A. C, magistrate, h Seversville 
Severs John, machinist, h 814 w Trade 
Severs William W., blacksmith, h Seversville 
SHAFER JOHN S., agent Singer Co., h 621 north B 



CORNISH PUMPS, PLUNGER & LIFTING 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C 



E. M. Andrews, 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS ant? 
CASKETS in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte;. N. C. 



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Shafer William C, collector Singer Co., h 621 north B 
Shannonhouse B. G., clerk, h 409 e Seventh 
Shannonhouse B. J., boarding house, 37 w Tryon 
Shannonhouse George, conductor C. C. R. R., h 706 n Tryon 
Shannonliouse Joseph G., J. G. Shannonhouse & Co., 41 s College, 

li e Trade, outside limits 
Shannonhouse J. G. & Co., agricultural implements, etc., 41 s Col- 

1 gc 
Shaw Arnold M., harness maker, h 504 n B 
Shaw Miss Maggie, h 504 n B 

Shaw Mrs. Margaret, wid. Robert, h 504 e Trade 
Shaw W. E. & Co., mfrs. harness and saddles, 38 e Trade and 6 

and 8 s College, h 504 north B 
Sheehan Miss Ellen, h 6 ex Fifth 
Shelby C. B., clerk, h 628 Mint 
Shelby Jennie, h 30 s College 

Shelby Richard W., fish and oysters, 206 e Trade, h 703 north D 
Shelly J. M., r n College 

Shelvy W. H., groceries, 702 south C, h do 
Shinn William, lab., h 809 Mint 
SHIPP B VRTLETT, Bynum, Bynum & Shipp, 26 w Trad;, h 

801 n Tryon 
Ask for the Essences, and Bateman'x Drops, aud Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Shipp Miss Kate C, h 801 n Tryon 

SHfPP JUDGE WM. M., Superior Judge, h 801 n Tryon 
Shitle Miss Addie, carder, h [4 cotton factory row 
Shitle Mrs. Kate, wid. Henry, h 14 cotton factory row 
Shitle Miss Lou, carder cotton mill, h 14 cotton factory row 
Shitle Miss Maggie, carder cotton mill, h 14 cotton factory row 
Shiver Hattic L., h 801 Mint 
Shiver Samuel M., engineer, h 801 Mint 
Shuman J. J., groceries, also blacksmith, h 614 s Church 
Shurbert Anthony J. W., spinner cotton mill, h 15 cotton factory 

row 
Shurbert Henry, spinner cotton mill, h 15 cotton factory row 
Shurbert Miss Mattie, spooler cotton mill, h 15 cotton factory row 
Shurbert Mrs. Sarah, wid. William, h 15 cotton factory row 
Sifford J. Macom, clerk, r 31 e Trade 
Sifford Robert, clerk, h 305 w Fourth 
Sigman Edgar, fireman Air Line, h 602 w Seventh 
Sigman Roberton, engineer Air v Line R. R., h 602 w Seventh 
Siler Adam, painter, h 215 w Fourth 
1 Siler Joseph, shipping clerk M. Iron Works, h 810 w Trade 



CONTRACTORS should 
> and Slate 



Roofing. 



consult J. N". McCausland tor Tin 
209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C 






1 lep.ued by H. H. JORDAN & CO., Dni^ists, 
SNorth Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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93 



Simmerman John, carpenter, 805 n Tryon, h do 

Simmonds N. L., clerk, bds. Commercial Hotel 

Sims James J., (Sims & Young) h 414 w Ninth 

Sims James M., groceries and provisions, 19 n Tryon, h <n n 

Poplar . 

Sims William B., presser at Latta Bros.,, h 15 n Poplar 
Sims & Young, general merchandise, 41 w Trade 
Sing Lewis, Chinese laundry, 41 s Tryon 
Sing William, carpenter, h 700 north C 

SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., C. E. Stenersen general 
agent, 8 n Tryon 

Skinner Miss Alice, tailoress, h e Fifth, cor Myers 

Skinner C. E., shoemaker, h e Fifth, cor. Myers 

Sloan Mrs. E. E., wid., h 401 s Tryon 

Sloan Miss Ferrie, h 401 s Tryon 

Sloan Miss Jane, h 401 s Tryon 

Sloan John, clerk, h 401 s Tryon 

Smith A. L., cashier R. & D. R. R. 

Smith Alice A., h 513 n College 

Smith Miss Alice, h 414 n College 
Smith B. R., bds. Central Hotel 

Sargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods Cloth 
xng Hoots,. Sh ( Kvs, Mats Trunks, & c. 33 B. TradJ STStSffi 
smith L. E. salesman, h 414 n College- 
Smith & Durham, grocers and commission merchants, 13 s Colle-e 
Smith E. D„ com. salesman, bds. Buford House 
Smith Frank, clerk, h 414 n College 
Smith Frank P., clerk, bds. Central Hotel 
Smith Harry, h 414 n College 

Smith Mrs. Isabella, wid. Joab B., h 413 n Graham 
bmitn J. C, marble cutter, h 313 w Seventh 
Smith Joseph C, (Smith & Durham) h 600 n Poplar 
bmith Miss Julia, h 400 w Trade 
Smith Mrs. Julia, wid., h 400 w Trade 



h 702 n Tryon 



Smith Junius 



h 306 e Sixth 



Smith L. H, druggist, h 14 n Church 

Smith Miss Lizzie, seamstress, h 8 Fourth 

Smith Lizzie, wid., h 18 w Fourth 

Smith Miss Maggie, h 600 n Poplar 

Smith Mrs. M. R., wid Rev. Campbell, h 600 n Poplar 

Smith Mrs. Sarah E., wid. Wellington, h 707 Pine ? 

Smith S. P., h 310 north B 

Smith Stephen O., com. traveller, h 600 n Poplar 

bmith D n Thomas C, druggist, h 513 n College 

Stamp BatteriesT ^onyBatteries; 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



M/ff \ Should receive your patronage when in need of! anv- 

iriilGLl/G'WS thing iu his liue ' fol ^ h -- c; "' ri - es i h - e -i jA1 - GEST - t '~ k 



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and gives the LuWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 
DIRECTORY.— White. 



Smith Thomas L., baker, h 14 n Church 

Smith T. J., h 210 s Myers 

Smith Walter, farmer, h 601 e Seventh 

Smith Mrs. W. E., wid. L. K., h 300 e Seventh 

Smith William H., h 210 s Myers 

SMITH WILLIAM A,, livery and boarding stable, 15 n College, 

h 215 e Sixth 
Smith William M., h 215 w Eighth 
SNIDER JOHN F., clerk, h 901 n Graham 
Snider Miss Mollie C, music teacher, h 901 n Graham 
Snider W. Franklin, wines and liquors and bQarding house, 22 n 

Try on, h 901 e Graham 
Soloman Alfred, engineer Air Line Div., h 13 Cedar 
Sulomon J', clerk, bds. Belmont Hotel 
Soloman Mrs. Kizzie, wid. Green, h 13 Cedar 

Somerlott Miss Mary, dressmaker, h cor. College and Eleventh 
Sondley Miss Virginia L., dressmaker, h 402 n Poplar 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., j. B. Denoon manager, 4 w Trade 
SOUTHERN CHEMICAL, CO IPANY, No. 215 w Trade St., 
Charlotte, N. C, manufacturing chemists. Sole proprietors 
of Pepotash, the great South jm diarrhoea remedy. Tersan, 
a worm medicine without an equal. A full line of fine drugs, 
spices, &C, at the lowest market prices. 
For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTAsH, forSale by Grocers aud 

Drug-gists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Southern Express Co., O. M. Sadler supt., G. H. King agent, 200 s 

Tryon and Fourth 
SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER UNION, D. G. Stebbins manager, 

W. T. Denman supt., 205 s College 
SOUTHERN TELEGRAPH CO., E. R. Dodge manager, 16 e 

Trade 
Spanolia Edward, painter, h 16 cotton factory row 
Spanolia Mrs. L. M., wid., h 16 cotton factory row 
Spanolia Miss Lula, h 16 cotton factory row 

Spanolia Miss Nettie, spinner cotton mill, h 16 cotton factory row 
Spencer Jesse S., h 517 n Poplar 
Spencer Miss Lola, h 517 n Poplar 
Spraggins Richard, clerk, hue Third 
Spratt Charles E. Sr., h 500 e Trade 
Spratt Thomas, clerk, h 805 Mint 
Springs Mrs. A. B., wid., h 508 s Tryon 
Springs Miss Bleeker, h 508 s Tryon 

Springs & Burwell, grocers and commission merchants, 201 s 
College 



CALL ON OR WRITE 
FOR PRICES 



Stoves and Tinware. 

J. X. MoOAUSLAXD, 20d S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N, 



IS 



W 



E cany a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC B YTTETHTCS • 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &c. R. H. JORDAN & CO.. Wrist* 
3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N.'c. 

DIRECTO RY.^White. ~ c^ 

Springs Mrs. E. C, wid., 223 n Tryon 

Springs Eli B., Springs & Burwell, 201 s College and 17 w College 
h 508 s Tryon . . ' . - . . ■ 

SPRINGS H. G., vice-pres. Merchants' and Farmers' National 
Bank, bds. Central Hotel 

Springs James C, saloon, 29 w Trade, h 308 w Trade 

Springs Miss Lula, h 223 n Tryon 

Sprinkle Mrs. Jemima, wid. Hiram, h 508 north E 

Sprinkle Miss Lily, h 712 north B 

Sprinkle P. M., watchman, h 611 e Eighth 

Sprinkle Thomas, freight clerk R. & D. R. R., h 712 north B 

Sprinkle William, railroad conductor, h 321 e Trade 

Sprinkler John W., cotton buyer, h 512 n College 

Sprowels William, tailor, h s Tryon 

Stacey John, h 513 n College 

Stacker Florence, hue Eighth 

Stacker Francis, tailor, hue Eighth 

Stafon John, h 634 Mint 

Stauffer M. A., groceries, 506 s Church, h 504 s Church 

Staufter Miss Mary, h 504 s Church 

STEBBINS DUDLEY G., manager Southern Newspaper Union 

205 s College, h 81 1 n Graham 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Nice Line of Gents' Furnishings 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Stecker John, tailor, h Eighth 

Steele Eli S., freight clerk R. & D. R. R., h 206 w Tenth 
Stegall Mrs. Mary, wid., h 215 w Eighth 
STEGALL RALPH J., registry clerk, h 215 w Eighth 
STENEKSEN C. E., general agent Singer Sewing^Machine Co 

8 n Tryon, h 512 n Poplar 
Stephens John W., book-keeper, h St. James Park 
Stephenson John, section hand, h 200 e Second 
Sterne Charles R., telegraph operator, h 900 w Trade 
Stevens Miss Annie, h 408 n Tryon 

Stevens G. K., sexton Lutheran church, h 408 n Tryon 
Stevens J. Green, tinner, h 709 north C 
Stevens Levi, boot and shoemaker, 23 e Trade, h do 
Stevens William E., shoemaker, h 404 c Fifth ' 
Stewart M. A., carpenter, h 404 e Fifth 
Stewart John O., clerk, h 3 1 1 n Church 
Stewart Richard, clerk, h 311 n Church 
Stewart W. S., I. H. McGinn & Co., h 207 w Fourth 
Stitt Edward, book-keeper, h 507 north B 
Stitt Capt. W. E., salesman, h 626 n College 

Saws, 



Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS. Charlotte, N. C. 



Can supply you with any article to be found iu a 
First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



STITT CAPT. WILLIAM, chief of police, h 507 north B 

Stinson .Miss Pattie, h 701 e Trade 

Stoker D. H., machinist, n Graham nr city limits 

Stokes Robert F., clerk, h 305 n College 

Stone Miss Adeline, wid. Alex., h 704 s Church 

Stone Mrs, E., wid. W. H., h 501 north A. 

Stone James, painter, h 8 e Morehead 

STONE MONROE, Turner & Stone, painters, 18 n Tryon, h 630 

■ Mint 
Stone William D., pattern maker, h 214 e Fifth 
STOUDEMIRE REV. J. L., asst. pastor Methodist Church, h 

17 n Poplar 
Stoudemire Miss Minnie, h 1711 Poplar 
Stough Miss Mattie, seamstress, h B 
Stout Mrs. M. E„ wid., h 218 n Myers 
Strange Miss Annie L., h 302 s Johnston 
Strange J. M., tinner, h 302 s Johnston 
Strange William F., tinner, h 302 s Johnston 
Strickland James E., h 208 n Graham 
Strickland Capt. S. G., street com'r., h 208 n Graham 
STRONG JAMES P., Yates & Strong, editors and proprietors 

Home-Democrat, 34 e Trade, h w Trade 

Ask for the Essences, and Batemau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Strube Mrs. Martha J., widow, h 302 w Vance 

Sturdivant Mrs Ann. wid., h 313 e Fifth 

Sugg John, hostler, h 514 w Seventh 

Sullivan Walter, book-keeper, bds 28 n Tryon 

SUMMERVILL ALEXANDER C, lumber, etc., 300 e Trade, 

h 209 n Poplar 
Sweet Miss Lizzie, h 216 w Morehead 
SWINDELL REV. FREDERICK D., pastor Tryon Street 

Methodist Episcopal Church, h 227 n Tryon 
Swinson Benjamin J., h 222 n Tryon 

Swinson Mrs. Elizabeth, prop. Swinson House, 222 n Tryon 
Swinson House, Mrs. E. Swinson, proprietress, 222 n Tryon 
Sykes Mrs. J. B., h 608 north B. 
Symons Miss Ada, h 241 w Trade 
Symons Miss Carrie, h 241 w Trade 
Symons Miss Cora, h 241 w Trade. 
Symons Miss Ella, h 241 w Trade 
Symons Thomas, book-keeper, h 241 w Trade 



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UGHES' QUININE HAIR TONIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 
thoroughly eradicates Dandruff, and stops the hair falling. Prepared by It. II. 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 3 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sis., Charlotte, N. C. 



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_J_ ALIAFERRO & ROSS, merchandise brokers, 203 s College 
Taliaferro W. R., (Taliaferro & Ross) h 500 e Fifth 
Tall)' Charles B., miner, h 502 s Church 
Talley Miss R. C, seamstress, h 615 s Church 
Tanksley A., engineer Air Line R. R., h 10 Cedar 
Tanner Simpson B., domestic dry goods, bds Central Hotel 
Tate A. H., h 317 w Fifth 
Tate Miss Annie, h 601 n Tryon 
Tate J. Caswell, clerk, h 601 n Tryon 
Tate Mrs. M. C, wid T. R., h 601 n Tryon 
Tatem H. W., H. W. Tatem & Co., h 802 north B. 
Tatem H. W. & Co., blacksmiths, 21 n College 
Taylor Mrs. Ellen, wid. Bryant, h 319 w Ninth 
Taylor Harvey S., farmer, h 506 s College 
Taylor James P., sjction master C. C. R. R., h College bey C. C. 

R. R. 
Taylor Miss Jennie, h 221 w Vance 
Taylor Robert W., clerk, h 400 n Graham 
Taylor Miss Roxie, h 506" s College 
TAYLOR WILLIAM B., tobacco, segars and confectioneries, 

22 w Trade, h do 
Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Represented, or Money Refunded. 33 B. Trade. 
Taylor William W., clerk, h 20 w Trade 
Terrace James, laborer, h 300 w Vance 
Thomas James bey. C. C. depot 
Thomas J. O., book-keeper, h 601 n Poplar 
Thomas Moses, grave digger, s Graham nr. city limits 
Thomas O. G., book-keeper, h 613 n Church 
Thomas William, marble polisher, h 406 n Poplar 
Thomas VV. W., bds Central Hotel 
THaiPiOI .ROBERT C, general manager Western Union 

telegraph, h 6th between Tryon and Church 
Thore J. H., brickmason, h 205 w Trade 
Thornburg John L., drayman, h 700 e Eighth 
Thornburg Mrs. Mary, wid Samuel, h 408 Smith 
TaURMQX WILLIAM T., foreman R. E. Blakey's Printing and 

Publishing House, corner Trade and College, bds 208 s Tryon 
Tiddy Richard M., Tiddy's paper mill, 401 e Trade 
Tiddy Miss Sarah J., h 401 e Trade 
Tiddy William, h 401 e Trade 
Tiddy William & R., paper mnfrs. 22 s Tryon 
Timmons Mrs. Sallie, h 311 w Seventh 

Concentrators, and all Mining Supplies. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Timmons Stephen M., wines and liquors, 26 n Tryon, h do 

Tizer Mrs. Caroline, h 313 w Seventh 

Tizer Miss Kate, milliner, h 313 w Seventh 

Todd Miss Bettie, h 600 s Tryon 

Todd Clarence W., clerk, h 600 s Tryon 

Todd James L., cotton buyer, h 600 s Tryon 

Todd John, book-keeper, h 602 s Tryon 

Todd Samuel E., car inspector, h 404 n Church 

Todd W. A., clerk, h 409 Church 

Todd William, (Hayes & Todd) h 600 s Tryon 

Tolar John, silversmith, h 619 north B 

TOMPKINS D. A., engineer the D. A. Tompkins Co., 36 s Col- 
lege, bds. Central Hotel 

TOMPKINS CO. THE D. A., contracting engineers, 36 and 38 
s College 

Torrence Mrs. Philalelphia, wid. Charles, h 408 e Ninth 

Torrence Stephen J., h 408 e Ninth 

Traywick Miss Lily, h 506 e Ninth 

Treese Miss Maggie, h 234 w Morehead 

Treloar Miss Annie, h 212 s Church 

Treloar Miss Fannie, h 314 north B 

Souther.! Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, .liaison's 
Coug-h Mixture, and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 

Treloar Miss Julia, h 314 north B 

Treloar Miss Louise, h 314 north B 

Treloar Miss Maggie, h 212 s Church 

Treloar William, h 314 north B 

Trescott , designer, h 410 w Trade 

TrusLow William A., watchmaker and jeweler, 3 n Tryon, h 18 'e 
Morehead 

Tumble-ton William, h s Poplar, nr. R. R. 

TlTtNEK DIRECTORY CO., E. L. Turner, President; George 
B. Lossee, Secretary; Edward F. Turner, General Manager. 
Main office, 217 Elm street, Yonkers, N. Y. ' Branch offices, 
Port Chester, N. Y., Danville, Va„ and Charlotte, N. C. Pub- 
lishers of this Directory, which will be issued every two 
years. For full information address the publishers. 

TURNER EDWARD F., gen. manager Turner Directory Co., 
bds. 37 n Tryon 

TURNER E. L., pres. Turner Directory Co., bds.*37 n Tryon 

Turner Mrs. Jemima, wid., h 300 w Vance 

'Turner John R., (Hipp & Turner) h 221 Vance 

TURNER ROBERT B., Turner & Stone, groceries, 18 e 
Tryon and 801 Mint 



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UGHES' CHERRY AND GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for the rapid 
cure of all affections of the Lungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by R. H. 
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TURNER & STONE, house and sign painters and paper hangers, 

1 8 n Tryon 
Turner William D., carpenter, h 300 w Vance 



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NITED STATES ASSAY OEFICE, R. P. Waring, assayer 
in charge, 405 W Trade 
Utzman Mrs. R. J., wid., h 611 e Eighth 



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AIL MISS F. IDA, h 709 e Trade 
Vail T. L., farmer, h 709 e Trade 

Valer Christain, man. Robt. Portner Brewing Co., r 7 e Fifth 
Vanderburg L. A., teamster, h 621 s Church 
Vanderburg Robert A., h 621 s Church 
VAN LANDIXGHAM JOHN, commission merchant, 10 and 12 

n College, h 500 e Trade 
VAN NESS JAMES II., photographer, 21 n Tryon, h 

Fifth. See advertisement. 
VAN NESS WILLIAM I., assistant photographer, ,h 

Fifth 
Vaughn M. D., turner, h 504 north A 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 
Veno George W., h 412 s Poplar 
Vernon Miss Louise, h 308 north B 
Vincent John, driver, h 408 Smith « 

Vogel Andrew J., meat market, 29 n Tryon, h Statesville Rd. 
Vogel Miss Emma, h 306 n Poplar 
Vogel Frederick, clerk, h Statesville Rd. 
Vogel George, tailor, h 210 vv Sixth 

Vogel John, merchant tailor, 27 n Tryon, h 306 n Poplar 
Vogel Miss Laura, h 306 n Poplar 
Vogel Miss Louise, h 306 n Poplar 
VOG-LER JAMES A., job printer, 3 w Trade, h 615 e Eighth 



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ADSWORTH JOHN W., livery stable and A. C. 
Hutchison & Co., 224 n Tryon, opp. City Hall, h 311 n 
College 
Wadsworth Miss Mamie, h 311 n College 
Wager Mrs. R. D., wid. Peter, h 618 e Ninth 
Waite Miss Jennie, housekeeper, h 508 s Tryon 
Walker John, h 405 n Tryon 

WALKER L. J. & (JO., wholesale and retail grocers, 201 s 
Tryon and Fourth 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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E.M.Andrews, 



FURNITURE for Purler and Library, Furniture 
for Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
and Prices. 16 West Trade St., Charlotte. N. C. 



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WALKER L. JASPER, (L. J. Walker & Co.) h 315 n Poplar 

Walker Miss Julia A., h 315 n Poplar 

WalkerLucian, book-keeper, h 405 n Tryon 

Walker Mary, h bey. C. C. depot 

Walker Miss Mary, h 213 s Myers 

Walker Mary, h 405 n Tryon 

WALKER P. D., (Burwell & Walker) h 210 w Tenth 

Walker Thomas, groceries, h Biddleville . 

Walker Thomas F., salesman, h 304 n Poplar 

Walker William, machinist, h 13 n Poplar 

Wall R. F., engineer R. & D. R. R., h 6 ex Fifth 

Wallace Miss, seamstress, h 608 s Church 

Wallace Mrs. , wid., h 608 s Church 

Wallace M. L., clerk, bds. Myers 

Wallace Marcellus C, printer, h 412 n Poplar 

Wallis Miss Ida, h 503 n Church 

Walls Fonzey A.', carpenter, h 26 Middle 

Walsh Thomas D., clerk, h 503 n College 

Walton Mrs. Alice, matron Reformitory Home, h 206 n Myers 

Walton Miss Lola, h 202 w Tenth 

WARD WILLIAM W., W. W. Ward & Co., 34 s College, h 

604 s Tryon 
Use Home Baking Powder for Wood Biscuits. No Alnm Poisoning 1 in it. Ladies, 

Try Iociita lor the Skin. 
WARD W. W. & CO., doors, sash, blinds, lime, shingles, 

hay, grain, bran, etc., 34 s College 
WARING R. P.„ assayer in charge U. S. Assay Office, h 405 w 

Trade- 
Waring Miss V. M., clerk at assay office, h 405 w Trade 
Warlick H. C, cotton buyer clerk, bds. Dodge House 
WARREN SAMUEL J., mining expert, 15 e Fourth, r do 
Waters Arthur, clerk, h 400 w Fifth 
Waters Mrs. Mary V., wid. Frank, h 400 w Fifth 
Watson Mrs. M. E., wid. John, h 707 Pine 
Waters Miss Minnie, h 306 e Ninth 
Watson Jesse, carpenter, h 206 south F 
Watson Miss Patsey, h 408 n Graham 
Watts Carrie, h 509 n Tryon 

Watts Harrison, Sr., cotton merchant, h 509 n Tryon 
Watts Harrison, Jr., h 509 n Tryon 

Watts Joel J., restaurant, 11 n College, h 300 e Sixth 
Wawls Eli, carpenter, h 209 w Second 
Wearn Arthur H., clerk, h 513 w Seventh 
Wearn Joseph H., clerk, h Poplar 



REMEMBER, 



I AM TAKING ROOFING- AT LOW PRICES.— 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
30!) Smith Tryon Street, Charlotte. N. C. 



HUGHES' 



CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by • 

R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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WEARN WALTER R., insurance agent, 27 w Trade, h 513 w 

Seventh 
Wearn William H., drug clerk, h 513 w Seventh 
Wearn William S., carriage maker, 302 n Tryon, h 513 w Seventh 
Weather Observer, James A. Barry, S. C. U. S. A., 5 e Trade 
Weaver Miss Mary A., h 306 e Trade 
Webb Alexander, clerk, 417 w Fourth 
Webb Mrs. Nancy, wid. John, h 313 n Graham 
Webster G. L., fireman, h 507 w Trade 
Weddington Frank, planer, h 211 w Second 
WEDDINGTON J. H., Brown, Weddington & Co., hardware, 29 

e Trade, h 505 w Trade 
Weddington John, cloth presser, h 304 w Stonewall 
Weddington Miss Lizzie, seamstress, h 400 Mint 
Weddington Mrs. Maggie, wid. R. H., h 304 w Stonewall 
Weddington Miss Mollie, seamstress, h 400 Mint 
Wedlock William, miner, h 206 w Second 
Wehner Otto & Co., soda and mineral water mfrs., 5 e Fifth near 

cor. Tryon 
Welch Austin H., clerk and book-keeper, r 34 e Trade 
West C. C„ h 409 e Fifth 

Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
West Thomas W., bottler of soda, etc., 230 e Trade, h 11 

n Poplar 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, Robert C. 

Thompson, general manager, 30 s Tryon 
Wheeler C. P., wall paper and painter supplies, 10 e Trade, h n 

Seventh 
Whisnant Mrs. Susan A., wid. Phillip, h 409 w Tenth 
Whisnant Thomas W., supervisor C. C. R. R., h 407 w Tenth 
White Miss Carrie, h 701 e Trade 
White Mrs. Connie, seamstress, h 1 1 e Sixth 
White Miss Fannie seamstress, h 1 1 e Sixth 
White John W., bank clerk, h 701 e Trade 
White Mrs. Mary, wid. Taylor, h 303 n Graham 
White Newton D., bar clerk, r w Trade 

White R. M., R. M. White & Co., pres. bank, h 701 e Trade 
White R. M. & Co., grocers, 39 e Trade 
White Robert, driver, h 708 n Church | 
White Miss Rosy, seamstress, h 1 1 e Sixth 
White Mrs. S. Caldwell, widow, h 403 e Seventh 
White Mrs. S. J., wid. Harvey, h 302 s Tryon 
White William C, book-keeper, h 701 e Trade 

Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E.M. Andrews, ™ 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
"'"TS in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
1G West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



Whitehead Mrs. J. J., wid. Joseph, h 405 s Tryon 

Whitehurst Mrs. S. J., wid. William F., h 616 e Ninth 

Whitesides Mrs. T. L., wid., h 700 south C 

Whitsitt Austin M., machinist, h 401 s Tryon 

Whitsett L. D., shifting engineer, h 216 n Fourth 

Wiggins Miss Fannie, spooler, 302 n Smith 

Wilder Dr. Hillory M., druggist, 200 e Trade and 1 w College, h 

207 e Seventh 
Wiley William G., tinner, h 612 Pine 
WILKES JOHN, manager Mecklenburg Iron Works 510 w 

Trade, h 508 do 
WILKES J. FRANK, supt. Mecklenburg Iron Works, h 508 w 

Trade 
WILKES PAUL, book-keeper, h 508 w Trade 
Wilkes Preston, express messenger C, C. & A. R. R., h 800 n 

Tryon 
Wilkinson Mrs. Caroline, wid. James, h 502 north B 
Wilkinson Charles, printer, h 502 north B 
Wilkinson Miss Fannie, h 628 n College 
Wilkinson Mrs. Laura, wid. Thomas, h 502 north B 
Wilkinson Miss Mamie, dressmaker, h 502 north, B 
Vsk for the Essences, and Batemau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, ST. C. 
Wilkinson Maurice, h 628 n College 

WILKINSON WILLIAM C, book-keeper, h 502 north B 
Williams Miss Addie, h 603 n Tryon 
Williams Miss Bettie, h 513 s Tryon 
Williams Ernest S., moulder, h 8 ex Fifth 
Williams George, salesman, h 305 w Fourth 
Williams George J., clerk, h 205 w Trade 
Williams Mrs. H. B., wid., h 513 s Tryon 
Williams John, clerk, h 9 e Hill 
Williams John F., clerk, h s Tryon 
Williams Mrs. Lucretia, wid. John R., h 208 s Church 
Williams Miss Susie, h 513 s Tryon 
Williams Col. William A., farmer, h 601 e Trade 

Williamson , printer, h 216 w Fourth 

Williamson Miss M. G., music teacher, h 408 e Ninth 1 

Williford Frank A., works at Latta Bros., h 13 n Poplar 

Wilford J. A., tailor, 229 s Tryon, h do 

Willis John H., baker, h 41 1 n College 

WILLMANN A. RUDOLPH, gun and locksmith, 34 n Tryon, h 

207 s Myers 
Willmann Earnest, locksmith, h 207 s Myers 



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N. MCCATJSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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IOLA COLOGNE— fragrant and lastin 



-manufactured only by • 
R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Co.) r i; w Trade 



Wills Miss Lulu, seamstress, h s Poplar, nr. Hill 

Wills O. L., painter, h s Poplar, nr. Hill 

Wilson Charles Jr., clerk, h 305 n College 

Wilson Charles Sr., h 305 n College 

Wilson Mrs. Elizabeth, wid. John, h 312 s Poplar 

WILSON GEORGE E., lawyer, room 9, 12 n Church, h 302 s 

Tryon 
Wilson J. C, baggage master, bds. 209 w Fourth 
Wilson J. W., clerk, h 412 e Seventh 
Wilson Miss Lydia, tailoress, h 312 s Poplar 
Wilson Miss Mamie, h 406 w Tenth < 
Wilson Mrs. M. L., wid. J. H., h 302 s Tryon 
Wilson Pinckney C, L. R. Wriston & Co., 

Tryon, h 402 n Tryon 
Wilson Samuel, h Seversville 
Wilson Samuel, h 626 s Church 
Wilson Mrs. T. B., wid., h 406 w Tenth 
WILSON THOMAS G., (E. L. Keesler , 
Wilson William J., clerk, h 413 e Seventh 
WILSON WILLIAM M., W. M. Wilson & Co., druggist, 20 

e Trade, h 704 e Trade 
Hai-grave & Alexander Carry a Nice lane of Oents' Furnishings, 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
WILSON WILLIAM M. & CO., druggists, 20 e Trade 
Wingate Mrs. Ann, wid. John, h 404 s Tryon 
Wingate Miss Gussie, h 404 s Tryon 
Wingate John, engineer R. & D. R. R., h 404 s Tryon 
Winters William, restaurant, 1 s Church h Church 
WITHERS BENJAMIN F., W. W. Ward & Co., 34 s College 

h 208 e Sixth 

Withers C. A., groceries and provisions, 237 e Trade, h 200 s 

Myers - ■ 1 

Withers J. D., clerk, h 300 e Seventh 
Withers J. L., clerk, h 300 e Seventh 
Withers John T., confectioneries and tobacco, 27 e Trade, h 300 e 

Seventh 
Withers Joseph, cotton inspector, h 401 s Tryon 

Witherspoon , stone cutter, h 241 w Trade 

Witherspoon asst. mail agt., C, C. and A. R. R., h 216 n 

Fourth 
Witherspoon Dr. C, h 413 s Tryon 

Witherspoon Cam, engineer R. and D. R. R., h 1 1 Cedar 
Witherspoon John, clerk, h 409 s Tryon 
Witherspoon Robert S., h 409 s Tryon 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 






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£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



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DIRECTORY.— White. 



Wittkowsky & Baruch, wholesale and retail dry goods, 8 to 14 w 

Trade 
Wittkowsky Samuel, Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade, h 

408 w Trade 
Wolf James K., (R. M. White & Co.) 39 e Trade, h 710 e Trade 
Wolf, S. S., printer, h 216 n Fourth 
Woodcock Miss Mary, h 710 n Tryon 
WOODS JOHN E., telegraph operator, h Sixth bet. Tryon and 

Church 
Woodside R. W., printer, bds 28 n Tryon 
Woodside W. M., printer, h 212 n Poplar 
Woodward John, engineer, h 504 north A 
Woollen John,' bricklayer, h 507 n Church 
Woollen John W., brickmason, h 208 Clarkson 
Woollen Julius A., bricklayer, h 507 n Church 
Worsham Mrs. Maggie, wid. W. A., h 407 Pine 
Worthen Mrs. K. Alice, wid., h n Tryon ab. C. C. R. R 
Wright Mrs. Elizabeth, h 825 Mint' 
Wriston Miss Bessie h 409 e Trade 
Wriston Henry, h 409 e Trade 
Wriston L. R. & Co., wholesale and retail druggists, 2 w Trade 

and 1 e Tryon 
(Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 

Cough Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Wriston Lloyd R., L. R. Wriston & Co., 2 w Trade and 1 e Tryon 

h 306 n Tryon 
Wriston Mrs. Louisa, wid. h 5 I I w Trade 
Wriston Mrs. M. E., wid. M. L., h 409 e Trade 
Wriston Miss Minnie, h 409 e Trade 
Wynnie Charles W., furniture worker, h 15 n Poplar 
WYNN CHARLES W., painter, College, h 206 s Myers 
Wynne C. W\, clocks and pictures, 225 w Trade, h do. 
Wysong Cortez, cabinet maker, h 1 1 ex. Fifth 
Wysong Mrs. E. B., wid Louis, h 1 1 ex. Fifth 



ANDLE MISS MARTHA, h 300 e Sixth 
Yates Adam, watchman C. C. & A. R. R., h 209 north B 
Yates Miss Addie, h 712 s Tryon 
Yates Miss Mamie, h 712 s Tryon 
YATES WILLIAM J., Yates & Strong, editors and proprietors 

Democrat, 34 e Trade, h 712 s Tryon 
YODEK CAPT. LAURA, captain Salvation Army, h 205 w 

Trade 
Yoss Gotleib, tailor, h 508 e Tenth 



FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C. 



ITGIIES' EJrULSON-COB LIVER OIL is the most Palatable Pieuai&lU mUe 
Prepared by R. II. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Young; Miss Addie, h 806 n Tryon 

Young Archie M., clerk, h 317 w Fifth 

YOUNG EARNEST F., Jno. W. Miller & Co., 39 s College, h 

806 n Tryon 
Youngs Miss Hettie, n Graham, nr. city limits 
YOUNG GEN. JOHN A., postmaster, h 806 n Tryon 
Young Joseph, ticket agent Air Line R. R., h 214 w Tenth 
Youngs Miss Laura, n Graham, nr. city limits 
Young Miss Lelia, h 806 n Tryon 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 37 e Trade- 
Young R. E., (Sims & Young) h 210 e Seventh 
Young Mrs. S. V., wid. R. S., h 702 n Tryon 

^-JIEGLER JOHN, tobacco roller, h 209 w Third 

Zimmerman John W., delivery clerk So. Ex. Company, h 509 w 

Trade 
Zimmerman Miss Mamie, h 509 w Trade 
Zimmerman P. P., com. traveller, h 509 w Trade 



The Mansion House, 

J. C. BOYTE, Proprietor. 

THE MOST CONVENIENT HOTEL IN CHARLOTTE TO 
THE PASSENGER DEPOT. 

Lo'oated opposite the First Presbyteruu.Church and nearly in front of the Courthouse. 

j£@~ Persons visiting Charlotte are respectfully invited to stop at THE MANSION 
HOUSE. First-class fare, attentive servants, good rooms nicely furnished, terms 
moderate.-^ 

Special Arrangements for Regular Boarders. 

—-—ALWAYS STOP AT THE 



MANSION HOUSE, 



No. 205 west Trade Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



NEW YORK CITY AND NORTHERN 

IN CONNECTION WITH 

Manhattan Elevated Hailway, 

AND THE 



New York & New England Railroad. 




New and attractive route from New York to the popular resorts of Westchester and 
Putnam counties, from any station on Manhattan Elevated Railroad (Sixth or Ninth 
Avenue Lines), connecting at One-Hundred-Fifty-Fifth Street with trains for 

HIGH BRIDGE, TARRYTOWN, CROWN LAKE, LAKE MAHOPAC, 
CARMEL, LAKE GLENEIDA. BREWSTERS, Etc., Etc. 

Beautiful Scenery, Iron Bridges, Stone Ballast, Hard Ooal-Burning Engines, Auto- 
matic Brakes, Miller Platforms, Baker Heaters, and all modern improvements to secure 
Safety and Comfort. 

Connecting at Brewsters with the New York and New England Railroad for Dan- 
lmry, Hawleyville, Waterbury, Bristol, Plainville, New Britain, Hartford, Willimantic, 
Boston, &e. 



H. C. WILLETS, Traffic Manager. 

E. B. EDWARDS, Gen'i. Superintendent. 



TICKET OFFICES OF THE COMPANY : 

NEW YORK— World Travel Co., 207 Broadway ; 944 Broadway; Windsor Hotel, 
Fifth Avenne; 1,323 Broadway; Cosmopolitan Hotel, corner Chambers Street and West 
Broadway; 737 Sixth Avenue," corner Forty-Second Street: 134 East One-Hundred-and- 
Twenty-Fifth Street, near Third Avenue ; Baggage Depot, 243 West Fifty-Third 
Street, near Eighth Avenue. 

BROOKLYN— No. 4 Court Street; 8<»0 Fulton Street. Corner Clinton Avenue. 



JSTThe New York Transfer Company will call for and checl 
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Rev. W. P. JOHNSON, D.D., 

President and Professor of Mental and 
Moral Philosophy. 

Rev. S. MATTOON, D.D., 

Professor of Theology, Church History 

and Church Government. 

Ret. THOS. LAWRENCE, D.D., 

Professor of Homiletics, Biblical Exegesis 

and Greek. 

Rev. R. M. HALL, A.M., 

Professor of Philosophy and Higher 

Mathematics. 

Rev. S. J. BEATTY, A.M., 
Professor of Natural Sciences and Latin. 

Rev. W. H. McQUEEN, 
Professor of Mathematics. 



EUGENE P. SEMPLE, A.M., 
Principal of Preparatory Department. 

WM. E. HUTCHISON, 
Assistant Professor of Greek and Mathe- 
matics. 

GEORGE E. DAVIS. A.B., 
Assistant Professor of Lafin and Mathe- 
matics. 

Rev. THOMAS D. DUNCAN, 

College Pastor and Superintendent of 

Home. 

E. P SEMPLE, 
Librarian. 

Pbok. S. J. BEATTY. 
Secretary of Faculty. 



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-HTURNER'S*^ 

Charlotte Directory. 



COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



_C~L.BELS JIM, lab., h 6ro south E 

Abernathy Lizzie, h 501 w Hill - 

Abernathy Lizzie, h Biddleville 

Abernathy Louis, carpenter, h 422 w Hill 

Abernathy Will, carpenter, h 422 w Hill 

Adams Henry, driver, h 1 1 Middle 

Adams John, lab., h rear 218 e Trade 

Hargrave & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 

orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 
Adams John, lab., h rear 214 s Tryon 
Adams Robert, bricklayer, h 718 s Poplar 
Adams W. C, waiter Buford House, h 4 Middle 
Agnes Andy, carpenter, h 508 south E 
Alexander Alfred, farmer, h Biddleville 
Alexander- Anna, waitress, h 700 e Trade 
Alexander Annie, h 303 south D 
Alexander Bettie, washer, h 211 Mint 
Alexander Charlotte, washer, 774 e Sixth 
Alexander Elijah, h 514 e Sixth 
Alexander Fannie, washer, h 602 Mint 
Alexander Frank, lab., h 710 e Seventh 
Alexander Irvin, carpenter, h 409 n Myers 
Alexander Isaac, farmer, h Biddleville 
Alexander Jack, lab., h 712 north E 
Alexander James H., marker, h 906 e Fifth 
* Alexander Jane, cook, h 503 e Seventh 
Alexander Jerry, lab., h 305 n Myers 
Alexander Rev. John, Baptist preacher, h 15 w Eighth 
Alexander Joseph, farmer, h e boundary 
Alexan der Rev. J. W., Presbyterian preacher, h Biddleville 

"WIE^ITIE] for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Can supply you with any article to be found in a 
"fMirC First-Glass Furniture House. Give him a call. 
V^ VV O 16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Alexander Laura, h 2 Middle 

Alexander Lizzie, h 204 w Fourth 

Alexander Mary, washer, h 614 e Eighth 

Alexander Mary, washer, h 212 north E 

Alexander Millie, nurse, h 714 s Poplar 

Alexander Millie, cook, h 420 s Church (rear) 

Alexander Milton, seller, h 706 e Sixth 

Alexander Miranda, works at oil mill, h 415 w Hill 

Alexander Nancy, washer, h 409 n Myers 

Alexander Peggy, washer, h 507 e Sixth 

Alexander Preston, miner, h 81011 Church 

Alexander Koxie, washer, h 213 w Second 

Alexander Rose, h 400 e Second 

Alexander Sam, h n Graham 

Alexander Sam, miner, h 8 Middle 

Alexander Stephen, butcher, h 204 n Fourth 

Alexander Thomas, porter, h East Boundary 

Alexander Walter, porter, h Mint 

Alexander Zalina, h Biddleville 

Albright Sarah, h 414 s College 

Albright Zilphia, washer, h 414 s College 

For Diarrhoea, Dyseutary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, forSale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Allen Alec, h 9 Edwards' row 
Allen Dolphus, laborer, h 702 s Graham 
Allen Victoria, cook, h 525 e Sixth 
Allison Capt. Alec, lab., h 415 w Hill 
Allison Millie, h 813 north C 
Allison Mrs. Rettie, wid., h 22 e Stonewall 
Alston Nelson, truck hand R. and D. R. R, h 508 e Second 
ALSTON REV. P. P., pastor St. Michael's Episcopal Church, h 

326 s Graham 
Anderson Adam, mason, h cor. First and Myers 
Anderson Alice, cook, h 502 e Eighth 
Anderson Green, wks round house, h Stonewall n Smith 
Andreas Agnes, cook, h rear 18 north B 
Andrews George, h 417 w Second 
Andrews Mrs. Minerva, wid., h 400 w Sixth 
Andrews Phoebe, cook, h rear 207 north B 
Archer James, laborer, h 403 north B 
Ardrey Zip, laborer, h rear 212 s Poplar 
Armstrong George, clerk, h 301 w Second 
Armstrong H. C, coach painter, h 218 Old Boundary 
Armstrong W. J., barber, h 231 w Trade 



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iLL sSmS ™ Stoves and Tinware. 

J. N. McCAUSLAND, 200 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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UGHES' DRY CHAMPOO— for Cleansing the Scalp and Preventing Dandruff- 
Prepared by K II. JORDAN* CO., Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Atchison Rhodie, cook, h 8oo n Try on 
Atkins Dave, laborer, h 519 c Sixth 
Avery Laura, h 605 e Trade 
Aver)' Laura, h 204 north Fourth 
Avery Lizzie, h 304 w Vance 
Avery Mary, h 204 w Fourth 



>AKER HARRIET, cook, h rear 200 north C 
Banger Hattie, h 207 s Poplar 
Banger Sarah, washer, h 207 s Poplar 
Banks Delaware, drayman, h 408 e Stonewall 
Banks Julia, dom., h 311 n College 
Banks Susie, washer, h 717 Mint 
Barber Alfred, porter, h 7 s Church 
Barber Charlie, lab., h 208 w First 
Barber Henry, wks depot, h 81 5 e Fifth 
Barber James, drivel", h 206 w Fourth 
Barber Reuben, h 208 w First 
Barber Robert, porter, h 507 south D 
Barber Tilghman, lab., h 206 w Fourth 

At Hargrave & Alexander's Yon can find tlie Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Barber William, butcher, h 6dS e Eighth 
Barley Lou, cook, h 710 Pine 
Bailey Wesley, lab., h 200 e Second 
Barner George, wks R. & D. R. R., h 505 w Second 
garner Mary E., seamstress, h 505 w Second 
Barnes Eliza, washer, h 507 w Hill 
Barnes Susan, cook, h 614 e Fifth 
Barnett David, h 705 Pine 
Barnett Green, lab., h 704 e Fourth 
Barnwell Dora, nurse, h 614 e Second 
Bates Jacob, h 406 w Trade 
Beard George, lab., h 408 n Church 
Beard Lottie, h 208 w Tenth 
Beardon Kattie, h 405 s Graham 

BearcVen Richard P., harness maker, h cor. Second and Graham 
Beattie Catherine, domestic, h 403 e Stonewall 

Beattie , wheelwright, r 407 s Church 

Beattie Lucien, carpenter, r 407 s Church 
Beattie Rena, cook, h 408 s Smith 
Beattie Silvia, washer, h 403 e Stonewall 
Beauwell Henry, carpenter, h! 226 old boundary 



PUMPS, PLUNGER & LIFTING 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 






E. M. Andrews, 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
CASKETS in the State. AVholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Beauwell Jimmie, carpenter, h 613 e Stonewall 

Beauwell Louisa, h 613 e Stonewall 

Beckr'am Zeb., lab., h 815 north C 

Bell Bob, farmer, h Biddleville 

Bell Freeman, drayman, h s Myers, opp. First 

Bell Lou, washer, h 25 e Fifth 

Bell Maggie, h 409 s Church 

Bell Miles, well digger, h 317 e Trade 

Bell Sam., lab., h 618 w Fourth 

Bell Scott, lab., h rear 13 Middle 

Bell Walter, porter, h Myers, opp. First 

Bembury Hattie, washer, h 709 south C 

Benton J. C, brick layer, h 309 north C 

Bergen John, butcher, h Biddleville 

Bergen John Sr., gardener, h Biddleville 

Bergen Murphy, gardener, h Biddleville 

Berry Jim, lab., h alley, nr B 

Bethel Sarah, h 622 s Church 

Bibb Hattie, washer, h 519 e Sixth 

Biggers Davis, drayman, h rear 310 n College 

Black Caleb, butler, h 811 Mint 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Black Melissa, cook, h 409 e Trade 
Black Nettie, washer, h 417 w Third 
Black Philip, brakeman Air Line R. R., h 425 w Third 
Blackburn Monroe, driver, h 919 s Church 
Blackwood Ella, col., h Summerville Row 
Blackwood George, whitewashes h 516 south C 
Blackwood Henry, laborer, h 209 w Morehead 
Blackwell Hiram, pressman at Hirst's, h 206 south B 
Blake Nancy, h 953 s Church 

Blakeney Berry, transfer hand S. Ex. Co., h 510 e First 
Bland Carrie, h Biddleville 
Bland Eliza, cook at college, h Biddleville 
Bland Henry, laborer, h Biddleville 
Bogan Ada, washer, h Biddleville 
Bogan Steve, gardener, h Biddleville 
Boger Jennie, cook, h 806 north B 
Boler John, laborer, h 613 e Tenth 
Boler Samuel, butler, h 400 w Trade 
Bonner Minnie, domestic, h 508 w Trade 
Boss Catherine, washer, h s Poplar nr R. R 
Boull Mary, cook, hue Sixth 

NGINES AND BOILERS, WATER WHEELS, CORN 
and Wheat Mills. Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte,N.C. 



HUGHES' PECTORAL SYRUP— an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 
HOARSENESS. Prepared by , R. II. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colokkd. 



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Bowen Julia, cook, h 70S e Trade 

Boy William, laborer, h 613 e Tenth 

Boyd. Mandy, nurse, h 16 Watkins' row 

Boyd Winnie, h 510 e Tryon 

Brady Sidney, laborer, h 606 w Hill 

Bradley Simpson, keeper Pinewood (colored) Cemetery, h 504 
Smith 

Bratton Cleveland, h 200 Old Boundary 

Brawley Mollie, washer, h s Poplar nr R. R 

Brem Maggie, h 205 south D 

Brem Nina, h 205 south D 

Brem Phillip, drayman, h 205 south D 

Brooks H. B., waiter, h 809 s Church 

Brooks Millie, washer, h 809 s Church 

Broom George, laborer, h 215 n Myers 

Broom Harriet, washer, h 718 e Seventh 

Broom Joe, laborer, h 718 e Seventh 

Broomfield Lizzie, h 10 s Church 

Broomfield Moses, laborer, h 210 e Eighth 

Brown A., 201 e Third 

Brown Alec, laborer, h 410 north A 

Harg-rave & Alexander, tlie Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Make 

a Specialty of .»ress Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Brown Alonzo, preacher, h 410 s Tryon 
Brown Bedford, gardener, h 401 south C 
Brown Bettie, h 416 e Second 
Brown Call, laborer, h Biddleville 
Brown Edward, butler, h 430 Mint 
Brown Ellen, washer, h 25 Watkins' row 
Brown Emma, washer, h 400 e Second 
Brown Grace, cook, h Tryon 

Brown Isaiah, porter Central Hotel, h 307 Pine ■ 
Brown John, laborer, h 709 s Poplar 
Brown John, carpenter, h.3.17 Mint 
Brown John, h Sir n Tryon 

Brown John shoemaker, 30 n College, h outside limits 
Brown John W„ clerk, h 207 w Third 
Brown Joe, coupler Air-Line R. R., h 417 w Second 
Brown Julius, drayman, h 313 Mint 
Brown Laura, cook, h 302 s Tryon 
Brown Louis, drayman, h Summerville road 
Brown Malinda, washer, h 212 s Poplar 
Brown Marinda, h 504 south E 
Brown Mary, waitress, h 306 s Tryon 

Stamp Batteries, ^oni^^atteries. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E.M.Andrews =" 



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FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 

16 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Brown Minnie, washer, h Biddleville 

Brown Nannie, h 716 e Second 

Brown Owen, butler R. R. Eating House, h 301 w Trade 

Brown Prince, shoemaker, h s Tryon, bey. city limits 

Brown Sallie, h 212 s Poplar 

Brown Shadrach, gardener, h 410 s Tryon 

Brown Thomas, lab., h 717 s Poplar 

Brown Violet, h 14 Middle 

Brown William, porter, h 308 south C 

Brown William L., porter, r 29 s College 

Brown Young, drayman, h 700 e Tenth 

Bryant Stephen, polisher, h 415 n College 

Bryce Emeline, washer, h 407 south D 

Bryce Willis, carpet layer, h 9 Middle 

Burch Charlotte, cook, h 506 e Trade 

Burkey Henry, h 713 e Stonewall 

Burr William, waiter Central Hotel, h 301 w Second 

Burton Alec, butcher, h 714 e Sixth 

Burton Dorcas, h 606 n Tryon 

Burton Frank, glazier, h 908 e Fifth 

Burton George, lab., h 814 n Church 

For Diarrhoea. Dysentary and Flnx, Use. PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Burton James, h bey. C. C. depot 
Burton Wash., h bey. C. C. depot 
Burton Washington, h 602 n Tryon 
Bush Laura, washer, h 15 Wadkins Row 
Butler Edward W., barber, h 308 north C 
Butler Belle, school teacher, h 301 south D 
Butler John, lab., h 419 w Third 
Butler Joe, brickmason, h Seversville 
Butler M. C, floorman Ctral, h II w Second ' 
Butler Pelham, porter express office, h 300 w Second 
Butler Vincent, lab., h 815 Mint 
Buyers Caroline, washer, h 304 north B 
Buyers Frank, carpenter, h 945 s Church 
Buyers York, porter, h rear Mr. Hall, Seventh 
Byes Lee, fireman, h 29 s College 



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'ALVIN A. W., groceries, 301 w Trade, h 313 s Graham 

Laldwell , miner, h south C bey. Hill 

Caldwell Alec, coupler R. and D. R. R., h 711 w Hill 
Caldwell Ben, h 715 north E 



CONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCausland lor Tin 
' and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



WE carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &o. R. H. JORDAN & CO. , Druggists, ' 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N.'c. 



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Caldwell David, h 215 rear e Sixth 
Caldwell Dinah, cook, h 604 e Trade 
Caldwell Frank, laborer, h 508 n Tryon 
Caldwell Francis, h 215 rear e Sixth 
Caldwell George, laborer, h 705 north E 
Caldwell Henry farmer, h s Poplar nr Hill 
Caldwell Jane, cook, h 214 w Tenth 
Caldwell Jasper, laborer, h 416 w Hill 
Caldwell Kate, washer, h 613 e First 
Caldwell Nelson, miner, h rear 1 1 Middle 
Caldwell Richard, miner, h 614 e Second 
Caldwell Robert, gardener, h 307 Pine 
Caldwell Samuel J., school teacher, h 512 n Myers 
Caldwell William, hostler, h 717 north E 
Caldwell William, h rear 819 Mint 

Campbell Baxter, phosphate miner, h 24 Wadkins row 
Campbell James, laborer, h 515 w First 
Campbell, John, driver, h 305 w Trade 
Cancaid Vinie, maid, h 710 n Tryon 

Cancelior, Rufus, dish washer Central Hotel, h 301 w Second 
Cansler George, laborer, h 903 n College- 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Canty, Miss Ella W., school teacher, h 500 e Seventh 
Canty F. C, barber Central Hotel, h 500 e Seventh 
Canty Rebecca, school teacher, h 500 e Seventh 
Capers Frank, h 203 w Second 
Cappadge Annie, cook, h rear 11 e Seventh 
Cardwell Hunter, carriage maker, h 321 w Fifth 
Caroline Peter, laborer, 708 e Seventh 
Carpenter James, watchman, h 522 Mint 
Carpenter Roxie, washer, h Biddleville 
Carson Allen, huckster, h 205 w First 
Carson Andrew, hackman, h 40 n Tryon 
Carsan Cinthy, cook, h 502 s Tryon 
Carson Dorcas, washer, h 405 w First 
Carson Jane, washer, h 205 w First 
Carson John, h 308 south E 
Carter Albert, laborer, h 510 s Graham ' 
Carter Annie, h 510 s Graham 
Carter Fannie, cook, h 204 Mint 
Carter George, porter, h 618 e Second 
Carter Joe, laborer, h 618 e Second 
Carter Rena, cook, h 301 north B 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



1^ ^ ,f \ J Can furnish all you want i 

* A/I l\ 11 C\ TP WQ either BABY CARRIAGE 
^. iVl . ±\ L 1U1 U VV O COFFIN. 16 W. Trac 



Can furnish all you_want_for a Wedding- Present- 
er your last want — a 
'acle St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTOR Y . —Colored. 



Carthan Nat, h 823 Mint 

Cathey Joseph, cook at jail, h 324 s Graham 

Cash J. VV'., cook Buford House 

Chalks Cora, seamstress, h 204 n Graham 

Chambers Maggie, h 701 n Tryon 

Chambers Warren, coachman, h 40S e Trade 

Champion Myra, nurse, h 410 s Tryon 

Chapel John, h rear 214 n Tryon 

Chappel Coleman, gardener, h 405 e Trade 

Chappel Jennie, housemaid, h 405 e Trade 

Charles John, wks gas house, h south C, bey. Hill 

Childs Caroline, h 903 n College 

Claiborne Phillip, h 810 e Seventh 

Clark Henry, lab., h 514 e Eleventh 

Clark John, waiter, h 301 w Trade 

Clark Miss Mary, seamstress, h College 

Clark Martin, porter, h 15 Wadkins Row 

Clark Matt., .butcher, h 410 north A 

Clark Naomi, washer, h Summerville Row 

Clark Sam., lab., h 15 Wadkins Row 

Clawson Maggie, cook, h 415 w Trade 

Use Ho::ie Baking- Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning in it. Ladies, 

Try Iocnta for the Skin. 
Clawson William, lab., h 415 w Trade 
Clemmens Julia, dressmaker, h 409 s Church 
Cleveland Sallie E., school teacher, h 5 I 3 south D 
Cleveland William, farmer, h 5 1 3 south D 
Cochrane George, farmer, h 913 s Tryon 
Cochrane Harriet, cook, h 18 s Church 
Coker Isabella, washer, h 209 s Poplar 
Cole Candis, wid., h 823 Mint 
Cole Lucy, washer, h 823 Mint 
Coleman Abbie, washer, h nr. Lincoln depot 
Coleman Green, painter, h 316 s Graham 
Coleman Samuel, h 407 n Myers 
COLLETT ELIAS, pastor Wesley Chapel M. E. Church, h 320 

s Graham 
Collins Lizzie, washer, h 212 north E 
Colter Charles, lab., h rear 317 Trade 
Colwell Mary, h 723 Mint 

Conn Alec, wks R. & D. depot, h 622 s Graham 
Connor Henry, blacksmith, cor. Church and Fourth, h 203 n 

Graham 
Connor Jennie, cook, h 404 south C 

FOR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES giv call e a 

*■ J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



HUGHeS' 



CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. —Colored. 



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Connor John, lab., h 514 Mint 

Copeland Frank, machinist, h 700 north E , 

Cornelius Alec, wood chopper, h Ninth W. D. & R. R. R. 

Cornelius Tom, fireman cotton press, h 217 south B 

Corner Charlie, lab., h 218 north E 

Corner Sidney, lab., h e Vance nr. B 

Coston Hardie, brick mason, h 5 Wadkins Row 

Coter George, h 503 w First 

Counsel Ison, farmer, h 913 s Tryon 

Covington Hattie, h 416 e Eleventh 

Covington Mary, washer, h 710 e Second 
' Covington Paul, coupler C. C. R. R., h 813 north C 

Cooper , h 16 Middle 

Cooper Austin, janitor, h rear 206 s Graham 

Cooper Betsey, h 404 e First 

Cooper Elam, drayman, h 404 e First 

Crawford Anderson, wks furniture mfry., h 620 e Fourth 

Crawford Delia, cook, h 312 e Fifth 

Crawford Godfrey, fireman, h Prather's Hill 

Crawford George, farmer, h Biddleville 

Crawford Hall, painter, h 505 south B 

Hargi-ave & Alexander Carry a Nice Line of Gents' Furnishings, 

at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Crawford Louis, lab., h 714 e Tenth 
Crawford Tommie, farmer, h 715 south C 
Crawford William, lab., h 417 w Second 
Cray Mary Jane, waitress, h 202 south E 
Crest Eliza, h 402 n Myers 
Crest Noah G., carpenter, h 402 n Myers 
Creswell William, candy maker, h 414 north C 
Crockett Bob, lab., h 602 e Second 
Crockett Elias, fireman, h 405 e Second 
Crockett George, h rear 317 e Trade 
Crockett Lee, lab., h 313 north C 
Crockett William, drayman, h Second, outside limits 
Crockett William M., h 404 south B 
Crosby Hester, cook, h 410 Mint 
Crosby Regina, h 410 Mint 
Cross Absalom, lab., h 207 w Morehead 
Cummings George, car cleaner, h 509 w Hill 
Cunningham Faith, porter, h 510 e Seventh 
Cunningham J., blacksmith, h 404 south D 
Cunningham Louis, h 515 e Third 
Cunningham Mack, hackman, h 417 n College 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£H/f fl vi J.,,*,,,. Should receive your patronage when -in need of any- 
JVL [RTIlLi'CWS thin S in his lin " e - for he carries the LARGEST stock 
• «««• # VbbtAV v**W and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Cunningham Scott, waiter, h 40 n Try on 
Cunningham Tillie, cook, h 510 e Seventh 
Cupp Mandy, washer, h 717 s Church 
Curnton Isaac, h rear 317 c Trade 
Currens Amanda, h Biddlesville 
Curtain Bob, miner, h 917 s Church 



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'AMMONS MILES L., shoemaker, 201 e Third, h Mint 
Daniel James, h 807 n Tryon 

Davenport Jack, wood cutter, h s Poplar n R. R 
Davidson Alfred, drayman, h 700 s Church 
Davidson Annie, cook, h 305 s Tryon 
Davidson Becky, washer, h Biddleville 
Davidson E. C, barber, h 410 w Sjcond 
Davidson Edward C, barber, h Second 
Davidson Edwin, school teacher, h Biddleville 
Davidson Frank, driver, h rear 414 w Hill 
Davidson Green, laborer, h Biddleville 
Davidson Janie, washer, h 14 e Morehead 
Davidson Jerry, h Biddleville 
Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Brows, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Davidson John, laborer, h 509 e Eighth 
Davidson Julia, washer, h 228 w Mprehead 
Davidson Lee, painter, h rear 512 n College 
Davidson Mag, washer, h 720 e Second 
Davidson Mary, washer, h 819 s Church 
Davidson Minerva, washer, h 407 n Church 
Davidson Nancy, washer, h Biddleville 
Davidson Minnie, domestic, h 500 w Trade 
Davidson Phillip, blacksmith, h rear 604 Third 
Davidson Rebecca, washer, h Biddleville 
Davidson Rob, laborer, h 506 s Graham 
Davidson Sallie, h 608 e Stonewall 
Davidson Sterling, engineer, h 721 s Poplar 
Davidson Susan, h 14 e Morehead 
Davidson Tillie, h 603 n Tryon 
Davidson Tom, laborer, h Biddleville 
DAVIDSON VICTOR, butler, 2,7 n Tryon 
Davis Alice, cook, h 215, n Poplar 
Davis Ann, h 403, vv Vance 
Davis Annie, cook, h 303 s Tryon 
Davis Anthony, gardener, h 20 Stonewall 1 



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N. MCCAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Trvon street, Charlotte. X. C. 



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IOL A COLOGNE — fragrant and- lasting — manufactured only by ».■■«.■ . 

Ii. H. JORDAN" & CO., Druggists, 
3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Davis Charlotte, cook, h 706 north E 

Davis Dembo, laborer, h 819 n Church 

Davis Eliza, cook, h rear 622 n College 

Davis Frank, farmer, h 704 e Second 

Davis Honor, h 708 north E 

Davidson Jennie, h Biddleville 

Davis Joe, laborer, h 819 n Church 

Davison Joseph, tinner, h 509 e Eighth 

Davis Julia, h Biddleville 

Davis Maggie, washer, h 712 e Tenth 

Davis Martha A., h 704 e Second 

Davis Martha, cook, h 508 e Eleventh 

Davis Mary, h 213 w Second 

Davis Picket, waiter Belmont Hotel, h 613 e Stonewall 

Davis Prince, laborer, h 407 e Third 

Davis Richard, laborer, h rear 206 e Eighth ' • 

Davis Robert, porter, h Fifth 

Davis Sallie, h 509 e Eighth 

Davis Samuel, laborer, h 408 e Eighth 

Davis Sarah, washer, h 712 e Tenth 

Davis, Susan E., h 400 e Second 

Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 

Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 

Davis Tom, wood cutter, h 518 c Second 

Davis William, wks cotton factory, h 215 s Poplar 

Davis William, porter, h 407 e Third 

Dawkins Jack, lab., h 725 s Poplar 

Dawkins Miss Mamie, seamstress, h College 

Dean George, lab., h 518 e Sixth 

DeBerry Anna, h rear 20 s College 

Delaware Bessie, h 408 w Trade 

Diamond Berry, porter, h 702 s Graham 

Diamond Hester, h 700 s Graham 

Diamond Hester, .nurse, h 506 e Trade 

Diamond Mary, h 700 s Graham 

Diamond Priscilla, h 700 s Graham - • 

Dickson Sidney, moulder, h 402 e Stonewall 

Dillard Preston, carpenter, h 220 Old Boundary 

Dixon Adeline, nurse, h 306 w Trade 

Dixon Adeline, waitress, h 615 e Fifth 

Dixon Alfred, drayman, h 213 w Second 

Dixon Cephus, lab., h 408 e Sixth 

Dixon Charles, carpenter, h Biddleville 

Dixon Francis, h 714 e Second 



"WJE^ITJi] for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



*ews 



Can supply you with any article to be found in a 
First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Dixon Harriet, washer, h 602 s Smith 

Dixon John, train hand, h 602 s Smith 

Dixon Maggie, h 408 e Sixth 

Dixon Manda, h Biddleville 

Dixon Mandy, laundress at college, h Biddleville 

Dixon Reuben, train hand, h 602 s Smith 

Dixon William, wks oil mill, h 602 s Smith 

Donovan Fate, miner, h 30 Middle 

Donovan Ison, miner, h 907 s Church 

Dougherty Lula, washer, h cor. Read and R. R. 

Dougherty William, lab., h cor. Read and R. R. 

Douglas Wes, lab., h 201 s Church 

Downes Walter, gardener, h Biddleville 

Duck Maria, h 417 Mint 

Dunlap Gus, miner, h 210 w Morehead 

Durham Jane, h rear 413 Mint 



IARLE ADDIE, washer, h 803 Mint 
Earle Foster,- h 803 Mint 
Earle James, h 410 s College 
For Diarrheea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. / 

Earle Maria, washer, h 20 e Stonewall 
Eaves Peter, laborer, h 506 e Eighth 
Eccles Jonas, h south C, bey. Hill 

Eddy John, Porter, h Stonewall nr. C, C, and A. R. R. 
Edwards James, laborer, h 211 w Morehead 
Edwards Jane, washer, h 24 Wadkins row 
Edwards Mary, cook, h 508 n Church 
Ethereddge Cary, laborer, h Biddleville 
Ellington William, waiter Buford House 
Elliott Jake, laborer, h 406 south E 
Elliott Marshall, wks. Air-Line shops, h 640 s Graham 
Ellis Aaron, laborer, h 204 Old Boundary 
Ellis Allen, well digger, h 205 north D 
Ellis Cal, laborer, h 716 north E 
Ellis Green, h 410 e First 
Ellis Harmon, miner, h 514 south C 
Ellis Primus, laborer, h 15 e Fifth 
Emmons James, laborer, h 309 w Stonewall 
Engle Dave, laborer, h rear 206 e Eighth 
Engle George, laborer, h 305 w Trade 
Ennis George, farmer, h 417 north D 

FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. N. McCAUSLAND, 208 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. Js T . C. 



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UG.HES' CHERRY AND GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for the rapid 
cure of all affections of the Lungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by R. H. 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryonand 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Evans Hilliard, porter, h 631 s Graham 
Everhardt Lucinda, washer, h 509 south B 



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AIR RACHAEL, cook, h 423 w Third 
Falls Ellen, cook, h 210 e Eighth 
Farrell Abner, watchman, h 413 e Stonewall 
Faughney Maria, cook, h 317 w Fifth 
FAY LE, shoemaker, 221 s Tryon, h do 
Featherstone Lizzie, nurse, h 311 w Trade 
Fetherson Lucy, h 610 south E 
Fields Adeline, washer, h 706 north E 
Fields Charles W., cooper, h 721 s Poplar 
Fishman Fortune, fireman, h 203 south D 
Fishman Jennie, h 203 south D 
Flakes Maggie, washer, h 705 north E 
Flemming Nancy, cook, h 405 s Tryon 
Foeman Sam, lab., h 516 e Sixth 
Folsom Henry, drayman, h 609 south D 
Foney Lucy, washer, h 511 south C 
Fonzey Julius, lab., h 714 north E 
Hargr.ive & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 

orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 
Ford Alice, washer, h 41 1 e Hill 
Ford Dave, wks mine, h 723 s Church 
Ford Ison, farmer, h 406 n Myers 
Ford Laura, cook, h 806 e Seventh 
Forney Pinkney, lab., h rear 213 c Ninth 
Foye Thomas, h Hill, nr. B 
Foster Cissie, h Biddleville 
Foster Ella, h Biddleville 
Foster Harriet, washer, h Biddleville 
Foster James, clerk, h Hill 
Foster Joe, brickmason, h 412 w Hill 
Foster William, painter, h 303 w Second - 
Foster William, wheelwright, 209 w Vance, h 413 n College 
Fox Dick, butcher, h 726 e Second 
Fox Henry, h 413 e Vance 
Fox James, truckman, h 709 south C 
Fox James, at City Hall, h 409 e Stonewall 
Fox John, quarryman, h 415 e Vance 
Fox Lawson, h 415 e Vance 
Fox Mary, h 417 e Vance 
Fox Milas, lab., h 414 e Hill 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Fox Steve, lineman, h 412 e Hill 

Francis Matilda, washer, h Old Boundary 

Franklin Mary, cook, h 402 north C 

Franklin Silas, baker Central Hotel, h 201 s Church 

Franklin William, gardener, h 208 south E 

Freeman Joseph J., porter, h 614 south E 

French Arthur, dom., h 501 n Tryon 

French Henry, fireman R. & D. R. R., h Biddleville 

French Louis, h 309 n Myers 

Friday G., porter, h Church 

Fuel Frank, lab., h 16 Edwards Row 

Fullenweider Elsie, porter, h rear Mr. Hall, Seventh 

Fullenwilder Mary, washer, h 41 1 w First 

Fullwith John, lab., h cotton platform 

Fulmore Aleck, h 508 w Trade 

Fultz Pasco, waiter, h 206 w Third 

Funderburk Laura, washer, h 403 w Vance 

Funderburg Lottie, washer, h 408 w Hill 



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"AFFNEY, GEORGE, miner, h 604 w Hill 
Gaffney M., Shoemaker, 5 s Church, h Fourth 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman''s Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Gaffney Maggie, h 224 Old Boundary 

Gaffney Maggie washer, h 711 s Poplar 

Gaffney Margaret, washer, h s Church nr. city limits 

Gaffney Mitchell, shoemaker, h s Tryon 

Gaffney Jerry, shoemaker 221 e Trade, h Tryon outside limits 

Gaffney Joseph, miner, h 923 s Church 

Gaffney Robert, driver, h Ninth nr. R. and D. R. R. 

Gaffney Selius, shoemaker, h 300 s Johnston 

Gaither Jane, cook, h 319 w Fifth 

Garrison Lucy, washer, h 925 s Church 

Gaston Alec, h 308 south C 

Geether Oliver, laborer, h 507 e Sixth 

Garnett Jesse, laborer, h 512 e Eighth 

Gibson Emma, cook, h 507 w Trade 

Gibson Sarah, washer, h 408 e Second 

Giles Tommie, lab., h 10 Edwards Row 

Gillespie Cooley, cook, h 707 e Seventh - . 

Gillespie Rachael, washer, h 303 e Third 

Gilmore Dolph, railroader, h Ninth, nr. R. & D. R. R. 

Gilmore Nannie, h 311 w Trade 

Gilmore Matt, blacksmith, h east boundary 



^member 



THAT J. N. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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UGHES' QUIMNE HAIR TCOTC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 

TrSv Inn rf 8 D ?1 dr S i lv a S, d St ° pS the >>*«%■ Prepared by R. H 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte N C 



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Gith Jane, washer, h s Cedar 

Gither Fannie, h rear 607 w Eighth 

Gladden Kager, brickmason, h 310 north C 

Gladden Lewis, drayman, h 612 s Church 

Gladden Rebecca, cook, h 413 north B 

Glenn Mary, cook, h 210 north E 

Glover Lizzie, cook, h 601 e Seventh 

Glover Romeo, h 612 w Hill 

Goins David, janitor, h 606 e Fifth 

Goins P. A., porter, h e Fifth 

Goode James M., prop. Virginia House, 24 w Fourth 

Goodlet Nannie, h rear 224 e Trade 

Goods Israel, h 8 Miller's Alley 

Goodwine Laura, h 206 south E 

Goodwine Winnie, washer,- h 304 south E 

Gordon Clarence L., barber, h Graham 

Gordon James W., barber and hairdresser, 4 e Trade h *J7 s 

Graham ' ° ' 

Goss Amos, butler, h 305 s Tryon 
Gosspre Jimmie, clerk, h 405 s' Graham 
Gosspre Lizzie, h 405 s Graham 

JSJ'™* Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Represented, or Money Refunded. 33 E. Trade. 
Graham Osborne, gardener, h 13 Wadkins Row 
Graham William, butcher, h Sixth 
Graham William, h 214 north E 

Graham William, butler Central Hotel, h 510 w Hill 
Grant Calvin, miner, h 410 e Hill 
Grant Celia, washer, h 809 s Church 
Graves Abram, butler, h Johnston cor. Third 
Gray George, lab, h 23 Middle 
Green Ann, h 205 s Myers 
Green Jim, farmer, h 801 south' C 
Green Nancy, cook, h 405 e Second 
Green Prior, h 40 n Tryon 

Green Rebecca, washer, h rear 605 n Church 
Green William, drayman, h 515 e Sixth 
Grey Albert, tinner, h 612 e Fifth 
Greene Levi, h n Tryon ab. C. C depot 
Gner Alfred, lab., h 214 w Morehead 
Gner Alice, h 26 Middle 
Grier Charlie, h 222 Old Boundary 
Gner Eliza, h 408 w Hill 
Grier George, at postoffice, h 408 e Second 



Concentrators, and all Mining Sutmlies 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, CharloS, N <T PP 






E\/T /\ J ^ ,~. Can furnish all you want for a Wedding- Present — 
iVI A Tiri PWv eithel-BABYCARRIAGE > or y° ur las t want— a 
. 1Y1. i V 11U.1 \s VV O COFFIN. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. 0. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Grier George, coachman, h 204 south E 

Grier Grandison, sexton Second Presbyterian church, h 406 Pine 
Grier Henry, drayman, h 606 w Fourth 
Grier Jim, lab., h 10 s Church 
Gri.er Jim, lab., h S06 e Seventh 
Grier Joseph, shoemaker, 229 w Trade, h 711 Mint 
Grier Minnie, cook, h 402 w Sixth 

Grier Richard, wks round house, h Johnston w Stonewall 
Grier Robert, wks ronnd house, h 510 w Hill 
Grier Thomas, lab., h 519 w Third 
Grier Wallace, farmer, h 210 south E 
Grier Wallace, hostler, h 800 e Fifth 
Grier Wheeler A., porter, bds 24 w Fourth 
Grier William, lab., h 302 e Eighth 
Griffin Alice, cook, h 513 w First 
Griffin Maria, washer, h 30 Middle 
Gruse Annie, h Biddleville 
Gunning Will, porter 
Gurrant Mary, domestic, h Trade 
Gwinne Jake, lab., h 10 s Church 
Gwinne Maggie, washer, h 10 s Church 
Gwynne Larken, driver Belmont Hotel, h 407 s Church 
Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judstm 's 
Cough Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 



.AGLER JAMES, meat market, h 515 c First 
Hagler Jefferson, meat market, h 605 e First 
Fialcomb James lab., h 505 e Eighth 
Hall Caroline," wid., h 301 south D 
Hall Jim, lab., h 800 e Tenth 
Hall Leah, cook, h 404 north C 
Hall Lucy, h 400 e Second 
Hall Sallie, lab., h 217 w Vance 
Hall Sallie M., school teacher, h 301 south D 
Hall Wash, farmer, h 604 e Third 
Hall William, porter, h 508 e Third 
Hall William, Porter, h Third bet. C and D 
Hall Winnie, h rear 604 e Third 1^ 

Hamilton Sam, waiter Buford House 
Hampton Dave, drayman, h 604 e Second 
Hand John, barber, h 22 e Stonewall 
Hand John T., barber, h cor College and Stonewall 
Hand Mrs. Sarah, wid., h 22 e Stonewall 
Harden Celia, cook, h 510 e Eleventh 



REMEMBER 1 "' 



AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES. 
J. N. McCAUSLAND, 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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HUGHES' EMTILSON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable PiepaiMuii made 
Prepared by K. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Hardie Eliza, washer, h4.11 w First 

Hardie Jim, gardener, h 603 w Hill 

Hardie Maria, washer, h 603 w Hill 

Hardie Winslow, trucker C, C. and A. R. R.; h 516 Mint 

Hargrave Lena, cook, h 313 c Fifth 

Hargra've Lena, cook, h 702 e Sixth 

Hargraves Marshall, groceries, 303 south D, h do 

Hark Jake, basket maker, h 520 s Hill 

Harrington Nelson H., waiter, h 205 w Trade 

Harris Alec, saddler, h 602 e First 

Harris Alec laborer, h 207 Palmer 

Harris Alfred, blacksmith 904 s Tryon, h 902 do 

Harris Baltimore, farmer, h s Church nr. city limits 

Harris Benjamin, miner, h 225 w Vance 

Harris Bob, waiter, Buford House 

Harris Charles, carpenter, h 817 Mint 

Harris Charlie, plasterer, h 518 e Sixth 

Harris Clarissa, h 301 south C 

Harris John, lab., h Hill cor. B 

Haines Lizzie, domestic, h 619 north B 

Harris Maggie, domestic, 211 s Graham 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 
Harris Mort, farmer, h 901 s Church 
Harris Ode, lab., h 819 n Church 
Harris Rufus, porter, h rear 211 e Ninth 
Harris Sarah, washer, h Biddleville 
Harris Sarah, school teacher, h Biddleville 
Harris Tom, butler, h 706 sTryon 
Harshaw Fannie, washer, h 503 e Sixth 
Hart Eliza, domestic, h 408 w Trade 
Hart William, shoemaker, Church, h 405 e Eighth 
Haskin Bill, lab., h Stonewall nr C, C. and A. R. R 
Hastey, Carrie, washer, h 706 north E 

HAUGHTON REV. Z., Ebenezer Baptist, h 307 south D 
Haughton Z. Jr., school teacher, h 307 south D 
Hawkins Cally, domestic, h.403 e Stonewall 
Hawkins Millissa, washer, h 403 e Stonewall 
Hayden Isaac, helper Mansion House, h 205 w Trade 
Hayes Annie, school teacher, h 511 e First 
Haynes Annie, cook, h 310 e Fifth 
Hayes Henry, driver, h 605 (rear) n Church 
Hayes-Robert, groceries, 511 e First, h do 
Hazel Frank, restaurant, 21411 Tryon, h do 

WRITE for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



ET\ f \ i FURNITURE 

.M. Andrews, sea*- 



FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 

16 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Hagler Anthony, clerk, h First 

Hagler James M., meat market, 243 e Trade, h First 

Hagler Jefferson, (Jas. M. Hagler & Co.) h First 

Hedding David, lab., h 204 w First 

Helton Frank, miller, h 304 north E 

Hemphill Thomas, drayman, h 40 n Try on 

Henderson Alec, farmer, h Biddleville 

Henderson Alice, h 802 e Tenth 

Henderson Anna, chambermaid, Buford House 

Henderson Charles W., h 610 e First 

Henderson Corinda, washer, h Myers nr. Tenth 

Henderson Delia, washer, h 307 Pine 

Henderson Edward, h 306 south E 

Henderson Elam, lab., h rear 416 w Hill 

Henderson Faith, lab., h 12 e Eighth 

Henderson Francis, washer, h Myers nr. Tenth 

Henderson Henrietta, h 400 e First 

Henderson Hettie, h 306 south E 

Henderson Jesse, h 802 c Tenth 

Henderson John, blacksmith, h rear 28 Middle 

Henderson John S., barber and hair dresser, 226 e Trade, h 302 

south, E 
Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning- in it. Ladies, 

Try locuta for tlie Skin. 
Henderson Leah, cook, h 528 Mint 
Henderson Mandy, washer, h 508 south C 
Henderson Mary, cook, h 506 Smith 
Henderson Mary, h Biddleville 
Henderson Mary, cook, h 706 e Second 
Henderson May Jane, school teacher, h Biddleville 
Henderson Sam, wks depot, h Biddleville 
Henderson Tina, h Myers nr. Tenth 
Henry Frank, porter, h 409 e Stonewall 
Henry Samuel, bottler, h 309 s Graham 
Hern Robert, waiter Buford House, h 217 north D 
Herndon Ann, cook, h 23 e Fifth (rear) 
Hendricks Dock, miner, h 4 Edwards Row 
Hewell John, drayman, h 7 Edwards Row 

Hicks Sophia, washer, h rear 431 Mint , 

Hill M. M., carpenter, h 406 e Third 
Holland Cindy, cook, h Biddleville 
Holley Thomas, painter, h 311 s Graham 
Holmes Cilia, washer, h Hill nr. C. C. & A. R. R. 
Holmes Nancy, h rear 413 Mint 



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al furfriuk! te Stoves and Tinware. 

J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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IO-LA COLOGNE— fragrant and lasting- — manufactured only by 

R. H. JORDAN & CO. , Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Morehead matron, h 301 



Holmes Celia, h rear 413 Mint 

Holt Becky, cook, h 412 north A 

Holt Henry, flagman R. & D. R. R., h 308 south C 

Holt Warren, lab., h 612 north E 

Hoorah James, drayman, h 703 north E 

Hoover Richard, restaurant, 24 s College, h 701 e Hill 

Hope Bitha, h s Poplar nr. R. R. 

Hope Peggy, washer, h s Poplar nr. R. R. 

Hoskins Fannie, r 20 s College 

Hospital for the Colored, Mrs. Eliza 
south C 

Houser Eliza J., h 212 Old Boundary 

Houser Napolean, h 212 Old Boundary 

Houser Will H., brick-mason, h 212 Old Boundary 

Houston Adeline, cook, h 210 e Eighth 

Houston Andy, h rear 604 E third 

Houston Clemie, h 428 Mint 

Houston Green, h 410 s Graham 

Houston Julius, fireman, h Prather's Hill 

Houston Louis, lab., h 310 e Eleventh 

Houston Mandy, cook, h 400 s Tryon 

Hargrave & Alexander Make a Specialty of Evitt & Bro's Fine 
Shoes, for Ladies, Misses and Children. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 
Howard Eli, farmer, h 512 e Sixth 
Howard Jimmie, h 407 e Hill 
Hoyle Sam, porter, h 800 n Tryon 
Huff Henderson, butler, h S12 e Fifth 
"Huff Henderson, gardener, h 807 e Trade 
Hughes Hannah, waitress, h 214 s Tryon 
Hull Joshua, lab., h 406 Pine 
Hunt Alice, washer, h 211 Mint 
Hunt Harmon, lab., h 505 n Hill 
Hunter Adam, h Biddleville 
Hunter Albert, farmer, h Biddleville 
Hunter A. P., plasterer, h 209 Old Boundary 
Hunter Bettie, h 215 north D 
Hunter Delia, h 701 south B 
Hunter Eliza, cook, h 37 n Tryon 
Hunter Eliza, cook, h 3 15 north C 
Hunter George, wagoirer, h 522 Mint 
Hunter George, lab., h 621 Mint 
Hunter Isaac, lab., h rear 816 e Seventh 

Hunter James H., freight hand R. and D. R. R., h 307 south C 
Hunter Joe, carpenter, h 309 south D 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS. Charlotte, N. C. 






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EU (1 1 The largest sto 

. M. Andrews, <***% 



stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
the State. AVholesale ami Retail, 
est Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Hunter John, blacksmith, h 426 Mint 
Hunter Kate, lab., h 405 w Trade 
Hunter Kelley, laborer, h Biddleville 
Hunter Margaret, cook, h 405 w Trade 
Hunter Roxie, washer, h 816 n Church 
Hunter Silas, tinner, h 9 Wadkins row 
Hunter Wess, lab., h Biddleville 
Huntley, Elija, lab., h 264 w First 
Huntley Ella, domestic, h 806 north B 
Huntley Henry, butler, h 204 w First 
Huntley Henry, waiter, h 505 n Tryon 
Huntley Isaac, drayman, h 629 s Graham 
Hurdle Sarah, washer, h 510 south C 
Huskey Andrew, lab., h rear 317 c Trade 
Huskie Maggie, cook, h 206 e Eighth 
Husten Moranda, cook, h 505 n Tryon 
Hutcheson H. Oliver, barber, h Church 
Hutchison Melissa, washer, h 729 s Church 
Hyatt Rufus, mason, h 207 w First 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, S. C. 

J_RVIN EASTER, cook, h 707 e Trade 
Irvine Rachael, washer, h 208 e Eighth 
Ivens Lizzie, washer, h 404 north C 
Ivory Eliza, washer, h 941 s Church 
Ivory John, lab., h rear 317 c Trade 
Ivory John, drayman, h 613 s Church 
Ivory Tom, farmer, h 507 south B 



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ACKSON EDD, farmer, h 27 Wadkins Row 
Jackson Green, butler Central Hotel, h 505 south B 
Jackson Liddie, washer, h 414 e Stonewall 
Jackson William, wks. round house, h 206 w First 
James Ben, at Air Line depot, h Hill nr. C. C. &. R. R, 
James Francis, washer, h Hill nr. C. C. & A. R. R. 
James Hampton, waiter Frankenthal Hotel, h 527 e Sixth 
Jamison Hall, drayman, h Biddleville 
Jamison Mary, washer, h 503 e Seventh 
Jefferson Annie, h 305 Pine 
Jefferson Thomas, barber, h 206 w First 
Jenkens Daniel, lab., h 814 e Fifth 
Jenkens Fannie, h 814 e Fifth 



NGINES AND BOILERS, WATER WHEELS, CORN 
( and Wheat Mills. Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte,N.C. 



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<f C ? CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

'{L\ R. H. JORDAN & (JO., Druggists, 

3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



131 



Jenkens Grandison, carpenter, h S14 e Fifth 

Jenkins Ida, washer, h 213. south B 

Jenkins Mahala, cook, h 213 south B 

Jenkins William, farmer, h 931 s Church 

Jennings Bina, washer, h 610 s Fourth 

Johnson Adolphus, miner, h 508 south D 

Johnson Albert, lab., h 508 south C 

Johnston Alec, marble polisher, h 407 s Poplar 

Johnson Alice, cook, h Smith nr. n Second 

Johnson Amos, lab., h 405 n Myers 

Johnson Cilia, washer, h 702 e Second 

Johnson Dinah, h 809 n Tryon 

Johnson Egbert, miner, h 721 Mint 

Johnson Eliza, h 700 e Stonewall 

Johnson George, porter, h 406 e First 

Johnson George, h south C, bey. Hill 

Johnson George, lab., h Biddleville 

Johnson Gus, lab., h 945 s Church 

Johnson Halby, lab., h 213 north D 

Johnson Hattie, cook, h rear 700 n College 

Johnson Hilliard, lab., h n Graham nr. city limits 

Jtargrave & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 

orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try tliem. 33 E. Trade St. 
Johnson Isaac, lab, h 211 north D 
Johnson Joe, lab., h south C, bey. Hill 
Johnson John, lab., h 516 e Eleventh 
Johnson Julia, h 609 n Tryon 
Johnson Kate, cook, h 927 s Church 
Johnson Lizzie, cook, h 404 w Trade 
Johnson Lot, lab., h 709 s Graham 
Johnson Lula, washer, h 417 n College 
Johnson Maggie, washer, h 305 w Trade 
Johnson Maggie, h 207 south B 
Johnson Mary, h 700 e Stone.wall 
Johnson Marshall, lab., h 307 north C 
Johnson Martha, h 809 n Tryon 
Johnson Milas, wood cutter, h 518 Mint 
Johnson Nannie, wid., h 721 s Poplar 
Johnson Nellie, nurse, h 408 e Trade 
Johnson Newland, h Biddleville 
Johnson Oliver, drayman, h 29 s College 
Johnson Patterson, lab., h 506 Smith 
Johnson Paul, farmer, h 704 e Second 
Johnson Rena, washer, h 200 Old Boundary 

"WIR,IT_E] for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



Can supply yon with any article to be found in a 
First-Class Furniture ilouse. Give hira a call. 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



132 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Johnson Robert, carpenter, h 700 e Stonewall 

Johnson Rufus, carpenter, h 915 n College 

Johnson Sarah, h 915 n College 

Johnson Sidney, porter, h cor. Myers and First 

Johnson Virgil, cook Central Hotel, h 301 w Second 

Johnson Wade, porter Buford House 

Johnson Wallace, lab., h 10 s Church 

Johnson Rev. William, pastor Little Rock church, h 309 south B 

Johnson William, cook, h Fourth 

Jones Abner, blacksmith, h 206 e Eighth 

Jones Adaline, domestic, h 511 s Tryon 

Jones Adaline, h rear 823 Mint 

Jones Rev. Alfred, Baptist preacher, h 216 e Ninth 

Jones A. W., blacksmith, 207 w Vance, h Eighth 

Jones Bella, washer, h 907 n College 

Jones Caroline, h 208 south B 

Jones Charlie, moulder, h 502 w Hill 

Jones Connie, washer, h rear 317 e Trade 

Jones Ella, h 636 s Graham 

Jones Franklin, farmer, h 208 south B 

Jones George, drayman, h 636 s Graham 

Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judson's 

Cough Mixture, and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Jones Hattie, waiter, h 502 e Eighth 
Jones Harriet, cook, h 310 south C 
Jones James, carpenter, h 302 e Eighth 
Jones John, lab., h n Tryon nr C. C. depot 
Jones John, gardener, h 501 e Trade 
Jones Lem, hackman, 40 n Tryon 
Jones Leonard, painter, h 309 n Myers 
Jones Lucy, h 309 n Myers 
Jones Mary, washer, h 417 w Third 
Jones Rosella, washer, h 208 south B 
Jones Willis, drayman, h 705 s Graham 
Jones Wright, table butler at Belmont, h 207 south D 
Jordan Abbie, h 801 n Tryon 
Jordftn George, butler; h 622 s Church 
Jordan John, well digger, h 23 Wadkins row 
Jordan Mrs. Margaret, h 302 c Eighth 
Jordan Mollie, washer, h 622 s Church 
Jordan Tony, brickmason, h Biddleville 
Justice Sidney, night man Central Hotel, h 507 w Second 



ANSAS RUFE, drayman, h 409 e Hill 



J. 



N. MCOAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



HUGHES' CHEERY- AND GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for the rapid 
cure of all attentions "of the Lungs, Tin-out and Chest. Prepared by K, H. 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 3 N. Tryon and 1 K. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTOR V —Colored. 



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Kearns Milas, lab., h East Boundary 
Keenan Isaac, lab., h 502 e Seventh 
Keene Mack, h 501 w First 
.Kell Minnie, waitress, h 415 w Trade 
Kelly James, rear 224 e Trade 
Kelly Joseph, driver, h 300 w First 
Kelly Julia, washer, h 214 s Poplar 
Kelly Mandy, h 408 s Smith 
Kelly Toney A., r 1 1 n College 
Kelly William, harness maker, h 300 w First 
Kendle Calvin, h n Tryon ab. C. C. depot 
KENNEDY HENRY B., groceries, also mail agent C, C. and 

A. R., 403 s Graham, h 401 do 
Kimball William, porter, h First 
Kincaid Fannie, washer, h 502 e Eighth 
Kincaid Lizzie, cook, h 502 e Eighth 
King James E., barber and hair dresser, 23 s Tryon, h cor. E and 

Stonewall 
King Jim, h 512 south E 

King Howard, band maker cotton press, h 211 s Poplar 
Kindle Robert, lab., h 213 s Poplar 
Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 
Kinnell Hart-well, h 614 Mint 
Kinsey John, miner, h south C bey. Hill 
Kirk Haywood, porter, h Sixth 
Knox Harriet, cook, h 702 n Tryon 
Knox Kate, cook, h 318 s Graham 



ANE AUSTIN, barber, 33 w Trade, h 508 s Graham 
Lane Freeman, shoemaker, h w Fourth 

Laney , wood cutter, h 517 south B 

Laney Perry, shoemaker, h 821 Mint 
Latta David, lab., h 412 w Fifth 
Lattiker Green, lab., h 604 e Second 
Laurie John, h 411 w Hill 
Laurie Samuel, wks. depot, h Biddleville 
Leach Alfred, carpenter, h 609 e First 
Leach Susan, washer, h 609 e First 
Leary Alfred, farmer, h 709 e Tenth 
Ledbetter James, lab., h rear 317 e Trade 
Lee Adam, groceries, 624 s Church 
Lee Bettie, cook, h 412 s Tryon 



Concentrators, and all Mining Supplies. 

- MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



134 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Lee Green, lab., h nr. Lincoln depot 

Lee Harriet, h 206 south B 

Lee Tom, shoemaker, h Air Line R. R., nr. Hill 

Lee Thomas, 25 w Fourth, h Hill 

Leecraft David, driver, h 605 e Trade 

Lemon Bettie, cook, h rear 302 n College 

Lemon Will, porter, h 605 e Trade 

Lewis Rev. A., Baptist preacher, h 704 south C 

Lewis Eliza, cook, h 500 s Graham 

Lewis Hark, lab., h 500 s Graham 

Lindsay , h n Try on, ab. C. C. depot 

Lindsay Dave, lab., h College, bey. C. C. R. R. 

Lindsay Fannie, cook, h 804 s Tryon 

Lindsey John, lab., h 41 1 e Eighth 

Linebarger William, brickmason, h 511 south D 

Lipscomb John, mason, h 408 e First 

Littles Emma, cook, h 619 e Tenth 

Little Henry, farmer, h 610 Mint 

LITTLE JAMES, house painter, 221 s Tryon, r do 

Littlejohn Bettie, h 406 e Stonewall 

Littlejohn Preston, fireman, h 406 e Stonewall 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateinau's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 

Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Locke Lizzie, cook, h 710 e Tenth 
Logan Robert, lab., h East Boundary 
Lomax Christopher, mason, h 416 w Second 
Lomax Miss I. C, h 416 w Second 
Lomax Miss L. E., h 416 w Second 
LOMAX BISHOP T. H., h 416 w Second 
Lomax Thomas J., student, h 416 w Second 
Long Henry, groceries, 407 south C 

LONG SIDNEY F., wines and liquors, 1 1 n College, r do 
Lord Mary, washer, h 414 e Eleventh 
Love Samuel, miner, h 7 1 5 Mint 
Lowe James, porter, h 1 5 e Fifth 
Lowe Kelly, carpenter, h 208 Old Boundary 
Lowery Ben, lab., h 707 north E 
Lowery Henry M., cook, h 600 w Trade 
Lowery Major, h 623 s Graham 
Lowery Rachael, h 604 e Third (rear) 
Lowery Rufus, butler Buford House, h 604 e Third (rear) 
Lucas Jim, wood cutter, h 406 w Hill 
Lucas Nora, washer, h 406 w Hill 
Lucas Sam, lab., h 406 w Hill 



^member 



THAT J. N. McCAUSLAND' IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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E earryafiil] line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &c. R. II. JORDAN & CO. , Druggists, 

2 North Tvyon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



135 



Luckey Jim, moulder, h io s Church 
Ludrick Gusta, washer, h 415 w Third 
Lumpkins Andy, lab., h 300 south E 
Lyles Sarah, cook, h 410 s Tryon 
Lynch Horace, brick layer, h 305 south C 
Lynch Mandy, washer, h 411 north D 
Lynch Maria, h 305 south C 
Lynch Mary, school teacher, h 305 south C 



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.CBETH CHARLES, milk dairy, h 416 s College 
McCadden Reuben, lab., h Smith near Second 
McCall Soloman, lab., h Summerville Row 
McCall Joshua, shoemaker, h 300 s Johnston 
McCaw David, shoemaker, h Third 
McClure Bob, wks railroad, h Biddleville 
McConnell Green, miner, h 721 s Church 
McCombs Emma, cook, h 614 e Fifth 
McCoomb Hannah, cook, h 622 s Graham 
McCoombs Sarah, washer, h 509 w Second 
McCoppins Eliza, washer, h rear 206 e Eighth 

Hai-grave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Represented, or Money Refunded. 33 E. Trade. 
McCorker Rev. Pink, preacher, h 412 e First 
McCormack Tony, fireman, h East Boundary 
McCree Alice, cook, h 311 w Trade 
McCree Isaac, miner, h 504 e Third 
McCullough George, cook, h 18 e Morehead 
McCullough Hector, cook, h rear 304 s Johnston 
McCullough Mary, washer, cor Read and R. R 
McCullough Mary, cook, h 305 w Trade 
McDaniel Tom, lab., h rear 206 e Eighth 
McDonald Bettie, washer, h 407 e Eighth 
McDowell Angeline, washer, h 707 s Poplar 
McDowell Fannie, cook, h 508 n Tryon 
McDowell Isaac, drayman, h 414 s College 
McDow Synthy, cook, h 318 s Graham 
McElmo Able, lab., h 806 e Tenth 
McElrno George, laborer, h 806 e Tenth 
McElmo Sudie, nurse, h 806 e Tenth 
Mc Elmore Hamp, farmer, h 700 e Tenth 
McGuire Minnie, h 407 n Myers 
Mclntire Flora, h rear 226 n College 
McKinney Dock, blacksmith, h rear 412 s Smith 

Saws 



Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Ii' 



E. M. Andrews 



Can furnish all you want for a Wedding Present — 
either BABY CARRIAGE, or your last want — a 
COFFIN. 18 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



136 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Mc Kinney Hannah, washer, h Old Boundary 

McKinney Hattie, washer, h rear 412 s Smith 

McKnight Addie, h 412 n Myers 

Mc Knight Anderson, carpenter, h 412 n Myers 

McKnight Andy, carpenter, h 410 n Church 

McKnight Bettie, cook, h 412 n Myers 

McKnight Emma, washer, h 23 e Fifth 

McKnight James, h 412 n Myers 

McLean Sol, farmer, h 712 e Second 

McLaughlin Jim, drayman, h 407 e Hill 

McNair Sim, h 219 south B 

McNeill Rev. J. E., A. M. E. Zion church, h 501 e Third 

McNinch Tailer, h Praither's Hill 

Mabin Creacy, seamstress, h 6 Old Boundary 

Mack Henry, miner, h 222 w Morehead 

Mack James, h 401 n Tryon 

Mack Jim, wks Lincoln depot, h 715 south C 

Mange Taylor, lab., 718 n Myers 

Marks Ella, nurse, h 300 w Stonewall 

Marks Fletcher, laborer, h 513 n College 

Marks, George, messenger, h 301 w Stonewall 

Use Home Baking- Powder for Good Biscuits. So Alum Poisoning- in it. Ladies, 

Try Iocuta for the Skin. 
Marks Mary, waiter, h 300 w Stonewall 
Marks William, cook, h 300 \v Stonewall 
Marshall Spencer, blacksmith, h 209 south D 
Martin Charles, lab., h south C, bey. Hill 
Martin George, farmer, h 509 south E 
Martin Richard, moulder, alley nr B 
Martin Ridda, washer, h Hill nr B 

Martin, Stephen, wks round house, h Stonewall n Smith 
Massett Jane, cook, h 520 Mint 
Massie Annie, h 10 e Eighth 
Massie Amos, h 312 south C 
Massie Edward, waiter, h 204 n Fourth 
Massie Harvey, lab., h 710 s Poplar 
Massie Hattie, washer, h 710 s Poplar 
Massie Isom, lab., h 617 e Tenth 
Massie Jane, washer, h 710 s Poplar 
Massie Tom, lab., h 708 e Trade 
Massie William, shoemaker, h 1 1 Palmer 
Maxwell Margaret, cook, h 401 n Tryon 
Maxwell Will, barber, h 10 e Morehead 
May Blunt, lab., h 607 south D 



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OR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES "SI" A 

.T. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



UGIIES' QUININE HATH TONIC imparts vigor to the Soalp, 'cleanses it, and 
thoroughly eradicates Dandruff, and stops the hair tailing. Prepared hy R. II 
JOR DAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tiyon and 1 E, Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. 0." 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



137 



Mayhew Olmsted, lab., h 616 e Second 

Mebins Albert, lab., h Ninth nr. R. & D. R. R. 

Means E., engineer Electric Light Co., h 509 e Sixth 

Means George, h 432 Mint 

Means Lucinda, washer, h Ninth nr. R. R. 

Means William, shoemaker, h 208 e Eighth 

Misenheimer Calvin, farmer, h 610 south E 

Melton G. D., barber, 231 n Trade, h 301 Trade 

Merritt James, butler, h 717 s Tryon 

Middleton Louis, porter, h 312 south C 

Middleton Sarah, h 312 south C 

Miller Bob, wks. C. C. & A. R. R. depot, h 215 w Vance 

Miller Abram, lab., h 701 north E 

Miller Albert, lab., h 710 e Tenth 

Miller Andrew, lab., h 708 e Sixth 

Miller Cyrus, lab., h 404 e Trade 

Miller George, h 727 s Poplar 

Miller George, coachman, h 2 Miller's Alley 

Miller Mrs. Julia, nurse, h 811 s Church 

Miller Julia, washer, h 705 s Poplar 

Miller Marion, lab., h s Boundary, cor. s Fifth 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Niee .Line of Gents' Furnishings, 

at Bottom Prices. 83 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Miller Monroe, lab., h 608 s Smith 
Miller Robert, railroader, h 407 e Hill 
Miller Sarah, cook, h 700 e Trade 
Miller Taylor, lab., h 604 e Fourth 
Miller William, drayman, h 209 e Fifth (rear) 
Miller William, farmer, h 913 s Tryon 
Millin Alexander, h 406 e Third 
Millineau Alex., lab., h cotton platform 
Mishaw William, milkman, h 418 s College 
Mitchell Julius, tailor, h 309 s Graham 
Mitchell Peter, h 403 s Church (rear) 
Mittag Daniel, farmer, h 604 e Second (rear) 
Montgomery Angeline, cook, h 208 w Tenth 
Montgomery Menervja, cook, h 400 w Trade 
Mooney Fannie, washer, h 407 e Eighth 
Mooney Pink, miner, h 504 s Graham 
Moore Alfred, trucker C. C. & A. depot, h 214 s Poplar 
Moore Amanda, cook, h 208 e Fifth 
Moore Carey, lab., h 514 e Eighth 

Moore Cornelius R., blacksmith and horse-shoer, 19 n College, h 
Trade 



Crushers, Steam 



,, ^^^ and Belt Hoisters. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



EAT A 1 FURNITURE 

.M. Andrews, sssr 



FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 

16 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



138 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Moore Earnest L., barber, h Graham, nr. railroad 

Moore Ernest L., barber, h 505 w Second 

Moore Eliza, h 807 n Tryon 

Moore Eva, washer, h 727 s Poplar 

Moore Hattie, h 20 s College 

Moore Joseph, h 609 n Tryon 

Moore Maggie, h 804 e Tenth 

Moore Martha, washer, h 806 e Tenth 

Moore Martha, h Seversville 

Moore Monroe, laborer, h 804 e Tenth 

Moore Spencer, lab., h 706 e Tenth 

Moore & Sumner, barbers and hair dressers, 1 1 e Trade 

Moore Thomas O., Moore & Sumner, barbers, 1 1 e Trade, r do 

Moore Walter, brickmason, h 411 w Third 

Morehead Mrs. Eliza, matron colored hospital, 301 south C 

Morehead Harriet h bet. College and cotton platform 

Morehead Robert, drayman, h 413 e Third 

Morehead Susan, cook, h 725 s Church 

Morgan Adeline, washer, h 17 e Fifth 

Morgan Mary, h Stonewall nr. C, C, and A. R. R 

Morrell Eva, cook, h 404 south C 

For Diarrhoea. Dyseutary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Morris Anthony, wks Air-Line shops, h 707 Mint 
Morris William, porter, h 607 Mint 
Morrison Adeline, washer, h 800 n Tryon 
Morrison Ranks, h Biddleville 
Morrison Jack, carpenter, h Biddleville 
Morrison James, waiter Buford House 
Morrison Laura, cook, h rear 23 e Seventh 
Morrison Sidney, h 16 Wadkins Row 
Morrison Thomas, porter, h Myers 
Morrison Wesley, lab., h 800 n Tryon 
Morrow Henry, lab., h 600 e Second 

Morrow Jordan, section hand, h at s limits nr. graded school 
Morrow Prince, farmer, h 510 south E 
Morrow Silas, truckman C. C. R. R., h 724 e Second 
Moseley Albert, band cutter, h Stonewall nr Air-Line R. R 
Moseley Cisaro, alley near B 
Moseley Daniel, miner, h 602 e Stonewall 
Moseley Dora, washer, h 602 e Stonewall 
Moseley Earnest, h 506 e Third 
Moseley Flora, washer, h 305 south D 
Moseley John, h 506 e Third 

f CONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCausland lor Tin 
and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Qharlotte, N. C. 



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UGHES' BMULSOX COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable Vie^,UU, mUt 

Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
3_North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



139 



Moseley Louis, lab., h 305 south D 

Moseley Mandy, washer, h 506 e Third 

Moseley Sallie, seamstress, h 711 e Stonewall 

Moseley Samuel, cook, h 305 south D 

Moseley Samuel, h 509 s Third 

Moseley William, bricklayer, h 711 e Stonewall 

Moss Sarah, washer, h 819 n Church 
Motts Lew, laborer, h 406 e First 
Motz Hamilton M., barber, h Church 
Mowbley Lottie, washer, h 305 w Trade 
Murphy Adam, blacksmith, h rear 206 e Eighth 
Murphy Angeline, washer, h 526 Mint 
Murphy Bettie, cook, h 304 n Myers 
Murphy Dillie, h 813 n Tryon 
Murphy Julie, h 608 e Second 
Myers Charles, lab., h 213 n Myers 
Myers Ella, washer, h Summerville Row 
Myers Sophia, h 409 e Trade 
Myers Wesley, lab., h 213 n Myers 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 



EALEY EMELINE, washer, h 16 Wadkins Row 
Ndaley Robert, lab., h Ninth nr. R. & D. R. R. 
Neall Ben, h 604 Mint (rear) 
Neall Laura, washer, h 507 w First 
Neel Henry, shoemaker, h 318 s Graham 
N-ill Andrew, car loader, h 12 Edwards Row 
Neill Fronie, washer, h 510 w Fourth 
Nelson Alec, lab., h 213 south B 
Nelson Melissa, h 212 s Poplar 
Nesbit Frank, miner, h 504 e Third 
Nesbit Marshall, porter, h Greenville 
Nesbit Mary, h 409 n College 
Nisbet Hannah, washer, h 207 south B 
Nicherson Archie, h notions, 207 n College 
Nickerson Denis, drayman, h 400 e Second 
Nickerson Henry, lab., h 611 e Stonewall 
Noble Tom, truckman, hue Fifth 
Nolen L. D., wks. freight depot, h 503 e Third 
Norman Celia, washer, h 301 w Seventh 
Norman Georgia, h 301 w Stonewall 
Norris Hattie, washer, h 313 south C " 



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MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



ETV ft l\ J C ,ln Ornish all you want for 

V A FIT TPWs cither BABY CARRIAGE, c 
. IV 1 . Jl L 1LL1 \y VV O COFFIN. 10 W. Trade i 



Can furnish all you want for a Wedding Present — 
or your last want — a 
St., Charlotte, N. C. 



140 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



North A. B., postoffice janitor and assistant postal clerk, h Tryon 
next to postoffice 

North Jacob C, porter, h 

North Richard, janitor, h 207 s Poplar 
Norwood Anderson, farmer, h 506 south C 



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'ATES CHARLIE, sexton M. E. Church, h 405 s Graham 
Odam Katie, washer, h 700 e Second 
O'Don Lemuel, butler, h 500 w Trade 
Oliver Belinda, h 507 e Third 
Oliver Mary, washer, h 412 north A 
OlmsteadJVIaria, 11401 w River 
O'Neill Cloie, washer, h 514 w Hill 
O'Neill John, butcher, h 514 w Hill 
Orr Charles, lab., h 612 north E 
Orr Dallas, drayman, h 207 south B 
Orr Elam, lab., h 304 south E 
Orr Floyd, lab., h 404 e First 

Orr Frank, restaurant, 224 e Trade, h 408 e Second 
Orr Thomas, lab., h 506 south E 
Osborne Gus, drayman, h 412 e First 
For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use TEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liuiutent. 
Owens Alec, farmer, h 218 w Morehead 
Owens Ann, washer, h 506 south C 
Owens Jim, h 505 south D 
Owens Joseph, drayman, h 415 e Eighth 
Owens' Mary, h 606 e First 
Owens Sarah, washer, h Biddleville 
Owens Violet, lab., h 218 w Morehead 
Owens William, porter, h Hill 
Owens William, baker, h 218 w Morehead ■ 



ALMER ABRAM, farmer, h 913 s Tryon 
Palmer Henry, lab., h 317 e Trade 
Park Louis, porter, h 608 s Fourth 
Parker M. T., shoemaker, h 704 south C 
Parker Thomas, miner, h 903 s Church 
Parker Thomas, miner, h 417 Mint 
Parks Eli, waiter, h 609 e Stonewall 
Parks Louis, porter, h Myers 
Parks Sam, porter, h 406 w Sixth 
Parks Zenius, car greaser, R. and D. R. R., h 13 e Fifth 

FURN ACES~ aStD~^lEATERS~A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C. 






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TJGIIES' DRY CITA5IP00— for Cleansing the Sealp and Preventing Dandruff — 
Prepared by R H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

3 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



141 



Partie John, farmer, h Biddleville 
Paten Rob, lab., h 704 north E 
Patrick Lecul, lab., h 708 north e 

Patterson , lab., h 700 s Poplar 

Patterson Annie, washer, h 715 s Church 
Patterson John, lab., h 306 n Myers 
Patterson John, waiter Buford House, r 430 Mint 
Patterson Julia, washer, h 610 s Fourth 
Patterson Rena, h 709 n Trypn 
Patterson Venus, washer, h 715 s Church 
Patton Fayette, lab., h 704 north E 
Paul Nellie, h 6 Miller's alley 
Pavard, Albert, well digger, h 402 e Fourth 
Pavard Emma, washer, h 524 Mint 
Payne Henrietta, h 608 e Second 
Pearson Charles, bricklayer, bds 24 w Fourth 
Peartree Sarah, washer, h 207 w Second 
Pefel Mary, washer, h 505 n Third 
Pemberton Ed, Palmetto House, 6 s Church 
Pemberton Jim, carver Central Hotel, h 707 w Hill 
People Eph, lab., h 517 e Sixth 

At Hargrave & Alexander's You can find the Latest Styles in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Perry Alice, washer, h 705 Mint 
Perry Beckey, washer, h 413 Mint 

PERRY LOUIS P., livery stable 21 w Fourth, h Fifth 
Perry Walter, wks oil mills, h 620 Mint 
Peters Sallie, domestic, 406 w Trade 
Pethel Corinda, h 500 n Myers 

Pethel James, barber, h nr. Air-Line railroad shops 
PETHER WILLIAM, house and sign painter, 207 e Trade, h 

302 n Myers, bet. Eighth and Ninth 
Petrie Isaac, gardener, h 400 w Trade 
Pettie Hilliard, h 6 Middle 
Pettie Maria, h 30 Middle 
Pharr Alec, lab., h Biddleville 
Pharr Charles, gardener, h Biddleville 
Pharr Cornelia, h Biddleville 
Pharr Ester, seamstress, h Biddleville 
Pharr Sam, groceries, h Biddleville 
Pharr Taylor, lab., h 311 w Stonewall 
Phifer Aggie, cook, h 416 north C 
Phifer Anderson, lab., h cor. Vance and B 
Phifer Annie, cook, h rear 206 e Eighth 

Stamp Batteries, Pony Batteries. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. fttidrsws 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for lie carries tlie LARU-EST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN UilAREOTrE. 



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DIEECTORY.— Coloukd. 



Phifer Annie, cook, h 710 s Tryon 

Phifer Anziah, miner, h Biddleville 

Phifer Dick, farmer, h Biddleville 

Phifer Fannie, washer, h 416 north C 

Phifer George, farmer, h Biddleville 

Phifer George, lab., h Biddleville 

Phifer Henry, moulder, h Biddleville 

Phifer Isaac, lab., h 500 e Eighth 

Phifer Judy, washer, h Biddleville 

Phifer Miss Mollie, washer, h Biddleville 

Phifer Robert, lab., h 416 north C 

Phifer Sandy, cotton hoop maker, h 608 e Stonewall 

Phifer Wilson, barber, h alley 

Phillips John, lab., h rear 823 Mint 

Phillips Mary, h 411 w Second 

Pickenpack Columbus, farmer, h 943 s Church 

Pickenpack Mary, school teacher, h Railroad, bet. Seventh and 

Eighth 
Pickenpack Rev. Richard, Baptist preacher, h rear 206 north C 
Pickenpack Richard, h Railroad, bet. Seventh and Eighth 
Pinder Mandy, washer, h 400 e Second 
Use Home Baking Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning in it. Ladies, 

Try Ioeuta for the Skiu. 
Poge Julia, cook, h 203 e Third 
Porter Andrew, porter, h 907 n College 
Potts Lizzie, h 603 n Tryon 
Potts Amy, washer, h 501 n Myers 
Potts Ephraim, farmer, h 612 e First 
Potts Mattie, washer, h 626 Mint 
Potts Rena, cook, h 602 n Tryon 
Potter Lucy, washer, h 16 e Morehead 
Potters Abram, lab., h 522 e Eleventh 

POWELL REV. A. A., pastor Baptist Church, h 512 south C 
Powell Mary, washer, h 412 s Smith 
Powell Rolis, farmer, h 202 w Morehead 
Prather Olivia, nurse, h 412 s Tryon 
Preston Eli, carpenter, h 514 e First 
Preston Rosa, h 5 1 1 e First 
Preston Rose, h 705 n Tryon 
Purdy Sallie, nurse, h 710 s Tryon 
Putts Tom, farmer, h 5 Wadkins Row 



UICKLE ALICE, dom., h 507 north B 



FOR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES Bt llS SA I 

I J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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U o?S^ ™?OTORAL STRFP-an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 

DOAKs,E.\E,SS. Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 

_ 2 North Tr yon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 

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DIRECTORY.— Color, d. 



/ABB SILVIA, washer, h 208 n Church 

Ramsan Jane, h 623 s Graham 

Ramseau Bob, clerk, h 305 Pine 

Ramseau Pink, lab., h Cedar 
. Rankin Abe, lab., h 218 w Morehead 

Rankins Emma, washer, h 607 south D 

Rankin Mary Ann, washer, h 13 e Fifth 

Rankin Susan, washer, h 414 e Eleventh 

Rattley John E., school tea'cher, h 601 south C 

Raubb Ida, washer, h 408 s Poplar 

Raubb Jacob, carpenter, h 408 s Poplar 

Ray James, shoemaker, 612 Mint, h do 

Read Maggie, washer, h 803 Mint 

Read Parthenia, washer, h 622 s Church 

Reddick Granville, fireman, h 701 south B 

Redicks Sarah, washer, h 411 e Stonewall 

Reed Barney, butler Central Hotel, h 604 e Stonewall 

Reed Harriet, h 510 w Hill 

Reed Jane, washer, h s Poplar, nr. R. R. 

Reed John, carpenter, h 10 Edwards Row 

Hargxave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Make 

a Specialty of Dress Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 
Reed Philo, lab., h 204 n Fourth 
Reed Richard, barber, h 603 e First * 

Reed Rufe, lab., h s Poplar cor. Hill 
Reed Sallie, h 319 w Stonewall 

Reed Timothy, farmer, h s Tryon, bey. city limits 
Reeves Frank, driver Southern Express, h 17 w Eighth 
Reid Richard R., barber, h First 
Rendleman Jeff, blacksmith and horse-shoer, 21 n College h 

Tryon to ' 

Rhodes Hilliard, polisher, h 409 e Eighth 
Richardson Celia, seamstress, h 509 e First 
Richardson Will, lab., h 24 Middle 
Riggins George, barber, h 512 south C 
Ritchie Edward, porter Belmont Hotel, h 509 south B 
Rivers Alfred, cotton sampler, h 518 e Sixth 
Rivers Anthony, groceries, 401 n Hill, h do 
Rivers Anthony, groceries, Mint, h 29 s College 
Robeson Aaron, h rear 209 e Ninth 
Roberts Adam, lab., h rear 206 e Eighth 
Roberts Vatch, miner, h 504 w Hill 
Robertson L. F., porter, h Fifth 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Can supply you -with any article to "be found in a 
p^lTC First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 



10 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



144 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Robinson Henry, h 406 e Hill 

Robinson Levi, porter, h 608 e Fifth 

Robinson Martha, clothing repairer, h 416 e Stonewall 

Robinson Marthy, cook, h 25 Wadkins Row 

Robinson Perry, h 9 Wadkins Row 

Robinson Tommie, lab., h 708 north E 

Rogers Alice, cook, h 318 s Graham 

Rollins Henry, shoemaker, h Greenville 

Roseboro Hannah, h 22 Wadkins Row 

Roseboro Osborne, carpenter, h n Graham, nr R. R. bridge 

Ross Adeline, cook, h rear 206 e Eighth 

Ross Coleman, wood cutter, h 512 e Second 

Ross Dorcas, h 605 Mint 

Ross Frank, h 511 south E 

Ross Jimmie, h 613 n Church (rear) 

Ross Joe, farmer, h Biddleville 

Ross John, wks. round house, h Air Line R. R., nr. Hill 

Ross Julia, washer, h Biddleville 

Ross Mack, wks. cotton oil mill, h 613 n Church (rear) 

Ross Mary, washer, h 417 n College 

Ross Thomas, h Stonewall, cor. B 

Use Home Baking' Powder for Good Biscuits. No Alum Poisoning - in it. La 

Try Iocnta for the Skin. 
Roswell Andrew, lab., h 213 w Morehead 
Rone Allen, lab., h 51 I w First 
Rouse Ebbie, washer, h 6 Old Boundary 
Rowe Nelson, lab., h 509 w First 
Rozel Francis, washer, h rear 415 n College 
Rudisell A. R., barber and hair dresser, 228 e Trade, h 405 e 
Ruffin Alec, lab., h 408 s Graham 
Ruffin Clara, h Biddleville 
Russell Laura, cook, h 704 e Trade 



dies, 



Hill 






>ADLER JANE, cook, r 208 s Tryon 

Salter , h 40 n Tryon g .. | 

Sanders Tom, cook, h 205 w Trade 
Sample Josephine, waitress, h 408 e Trade 
Saunders David, lab., h 204 n Fourth 
Saunders William, cook, h 204 n Fourth 
Saunders^Zachariah, lab., h 204 n Fourth 
Scales Pink, bar tender, h 612 south E 
Schenck John, h 408 south C 
Scott H. T., tailor 233 w Trade, h Tryon 






C AL fo! peiX™ Stoves and Tinware. 

J. N. McCAUSLAND. 203 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



u 






H 



UGHES' QUININE HAIR TOXIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses it, and 
thoroughly eradicates Dandruff, and st< p< the hair falling. Prepared by K. II 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



145 



Seafus, King, butcher, h 710 e Second 

Sellers Maggie, cook, h 412 w Fifth 

Shadd George, miner, 939 s Church 

Shank Lucinda, cook, h 801 n Tryon 

Shell Peter, truckman R. and D. R., h 511 e Sixth 

Shepherd Andrew, driver, h 413 e Hill 

Shepherd Charlie, wood chopper, h 306 south D 

Shepherd Isaac, school teacher, h rear 604 e Second 

Shepherd Marshall,' shoemaker, h 301 south D 

Shepherd Robert, e s D 2 h s Third 

Shiffert John, feeder, h 219 w Vance 

Shipp Frank, well digger, h Biddleville 

Shipp Moses, lab., h East Boundary 

Shober Susan, cook, h rear 415 s Church ' 

Shuford Jennie, washer, h 510 w Fourth 

Shuford Katie, cook, h Smith nr Second 

Simmonds Alice, washer, h 23 Wadkins Row 

Simmonds Andrews, h 801 n Tryon 

Simmonds Thomas, lab., h 304 south D 

Simmons Haywood, lab., h 23 e Fifth 

Simonton Hattie, cook, h 413 e Third 

Hargi-ave & Alexander Carry a Nice lane of Gents' Furnishings, 
at Bottom Prices. 33 E, Trade Street, Charlotte, N". C. 

Simonton Maggie, washer, h 411 e Third 

Sims Emma, cook, h rear 50S n College 
Sims Squire, gardener, h 602 south E 

Silas Susie, washer, h 13 e Stonewall 

SLADE REV. MAYFIELD, A. M. Zion church, h 411 Mint 

Sloan Beckey, cook, h 208 e Eight 

Sloan Rebecca, domestic, h 507 n College 
Smeyer Jeff, lab., h 305 w Trade 
Smeyer Ulysses, lab., h 303 w Trade 
Smith Ada, washer, h 410 s Smith 
Smith Alfred, drayman, h 1 1 Wadkins Row 
Smith Bettie, cook, h 817 north C 
Smith Boisley, cook, h 415 Mint 
Smith Calvin, laborer, h 515 south B 
Smith Delia, washer, h 518 s College 
Smith Easter, waitress, h 606 e Eighth 
Smith Edward, porter, h rear 214 n Tryon 
Smith Edward, laborer, h 40 n Tryon 
Smith Edward, blacksmith, h 219 w Second 
Smith Frank, carpenter, h 410 south D 
Smith George, h Praither's Hill 



Stamp Batteries, Pony Batteries. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. c^^^' 



E.M.Andrews," 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
ASKETS in, the State. Wholesale and Retail. 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



146 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



First 

h 430 Mint 



Smith Harriet, cook, h 615 e Fifth 

Smith Harriet, h Biddleville 

Smith Isabella, cook, h 61 5 e Fifth 

Smith Jeff, porter, h 411 e Third 

Smith Jim, lab., h 416 w Hill 

Smith Jim G. W., wks round house, h 14 Edwards Row 

Smith John P., waiter, h 410 south E 

Smith John T., farmer, h 14 Old Boundary 

Smith J. W., carpenter, h 305 south Graham 

Smith Lizzi ;, washer, h 604 s Smith 

Smith Logan, hack driver, h 402 e First 

Smith MahaLi, h 604 Mint 

Smith Manda, waitress, h 615 e Fifth 

Smith Martha, washer, h 615 e Fifth 

Smart Minus, lab., h 513 south B 

Smith Patrick, whitewashes h 413 w 

Smith Pink, fireman Statesville R. R. 

Smith Rachael, washer, h 410 s Smith 

Smith Robert, lab., h 212 w Morehead 

Smith Thornton, farmer, h 905 s Church 

Smith Tom, wks. depot, h rear 700 s Poplar 

Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Jndson's 

Cougrh Mixture and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 
Smith Tom, miner, h 504 s Graham 
Smith Walter, lab., h Biddleville 
Smith William, drayman, h 508 n Poplar 
SMITH WILLIAM C, ed. and ■ prop. Charlotte Messenger, h 

Fourth, bet. Tryon and Church 
Smith W. W., brickmason, h 610 e Stonewall 
Snowden Eliza, h 210 Old Boundary 
Sparkling Eliza, washer, h 519 e Third 
Sparrow Lucinda, h 504 south E 
Sparrow Mingo, carpenter, h 504 south E 
Spear Robert, h 9 Wadkins Row 
Speers Soloman, h 212 south E 
Spencer Alexander, bricklayer, h 709 e Stonewall 
Spencer Cal, lab., h rear 413 Mint 
Spencer Lonzo, lab., h 709 e Stonewall 
Spencer Mary, h 303 w Second 
Spencer Roxey, cook, h 311 n College 
Springs Austin, hostler, h Stonewall cor. 
Springs Cyrus, lab., h 28 Middle 
Springs David, lab., h 708 w Tenth 
Springs Hattie, washer, h Biddleville 



B 



REMEMBER 



I AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES.- 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 






TTGIIES' EMTJLSON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable Piepai&tiou nude 
Prepared by K . H . JORDAN & CO., Druggists, ' 
2North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



147 



Springs Helen, h 601 e First 

Springs Katie, cook, h 216 south E 

Springs Mag, h 601 e First 

Springs Merat, lab., h 520 e Eleventh 

Springs Millie, washer, h 413 e Eighth 

Springs Richard, h 817 n Tryon 

Springs Simon, lab., h 414 e Hill 

Springs Stephen, driver, h 409 e Third 

Springs Violet, dom., h 508 w Trade 

Springs William H., lab., h 222 s College 

Staton Mary, h Biddleville 

Steele , wood cutter, h 206 w Third 

Steele Etta, washer, h Biddleville 

Steele Jim, shoemaker, h Biddleville 

Steele Jim, farmer, h 523 e Sixth 

Steele Nelson, waiter Buford House 

Steele Sallie, h 523 e Sixth 

Steele Sallie, cook, h 523 e Sixth 

Stevenson Harrison, lab., h 731 s Church 

Stevenson Lou, washer, h Biddleville 

Stevenson Maggie, h Biddleville 

Hargrave & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c. 33 E. Trade St. Charlotte. 

Stevenson Mary, h Biddleville 

Steward Stell, lab., h 602 e Fourth 

Stewart Randle, drayman, h 214 Old Boundary 

Stewart Rufus, butler, h 405 s Tryon 

Stewart Sallie, washer, h 408 e Second 

Stewart Wade, farmer, h Biddleville 

Stimald Charles, h n Tryon ab. C. C. depot 

Stith Anna, h 5 1 1 e Third 

Stone Dallas, lab., h s Poplar nr. R. R. 

Stowe Hannah, washer, h 410 s Poplar 

Stowe Mary, cook, h 604 s Tryon 

Street Alice, h 414 e First 

Street Jack, porter, h 414 e First 

Street Rosa, h 414 e First 

Strong Amelia, h 616 Mint 

Strong Geo. W., brak'eman C. C. & A. R. R., h 616 Mint 

strong James, blacksmith, h 616 Mint 

Stroud Jane, h 412 e Eleventh 

Stroup Rosana, washer, h 21 Wadkins Row 

Sudgrave Primus, h 917 s Church 



CORNISH PUMPS, PLUNGER & LIFTING 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N G 



Ell If \ 1 FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

VI Ann rPAi\/"^s for Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
. ill. 17L11U.1 U YV O, an d Prices. 10 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



148 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Sumner Jethro, (Moore & Sumner), barber, II e Trade, h 509 

south D 
Sumner Minnie, h 509 south D 
Sutton Albury, painter, h 508 n Poplar 
Swerendon Louisa, h rear 206 e Eighth 



T, 



ATE ANNIE, E., cook, h 22 w Trade 
Tate Daniel, butler, h 612 e Fifth 
Tate Thad, barber, h 310 north C 
Taylor, Adam, tinsmith, h rear 626 n College 
Taylor Beckey, washer, h 816 e Seventh 
Taylor Charlie, drayman, h 803 south C 
Taylor C. S. L. A., dancing master, h 500 w Hill 
Taylor Eugenia, washer, h 609 e First 
Taylor Gussie, cook, h 20 s Stonewall 
Taylor Isabella, cook, h 208 north E 
Taylor Jane, washer, h 8 Edwards Row 
Taylor Mack, shoemaker, h 626.11 College 
Taylor M. C, shoemaker, h 626 n College 
Taylor Nancy, h 935 s Church 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by- 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 
Taylor Rose, Cook, h rear 626 n College 
Taylor Sallie, washer, h 721 Mint 
Taylor Sam, h 518 s College 
Taylor Samuel, porter, h Tryon 
Taylor Tom, waiter, h 921 s Church 
Thomas Carter, carpenter, h 622 s Church 
Thomas Cora, seamstress, h Biddleville 
Thomas Hennie, washer, h Biddleville 
Thomas Ida, washer, h Biddleville 
Thomas Mary, washer, h 3 Wadkins Row 
Thomas Sylvester, cook, h 416 e Eleventh 
Thomas Virgil, farmer, h Biddleville 
Thomas Warren, moulder, h Biddleville 
Thomason B. C, lab., h 508 e Eighth 
Thomason Laura, washer, h 508 e Eighth 
Thompson Madison, lab., h 937 s Church 
Thompson Myra, saloon, h Biddleville 

Thompson Sandy, porter C, C. and A. R. R., h 505 south D 
Thompson Wiley, wks Air-Line R. R., h 207 w Second 
Thorne Emma, h 40 n Tryon 
Tidwell Alec, lab., h 708 north E 






^member ' 



THAT J. N. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
209 South Tryou Street. Charlotte, N. C. 



HUGHES'" CHERRY A1S T D GLYCERINE COUGH MIXTURE— for the rapid 
cure of all arte, t ons of the Lungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by R H 
JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryonand 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N.C. 

149 



DIRECTORY —Colored. 



Toines Alice, washer, h 818 n Church 

Toine, Ison, drayman, h 321 w Fifth 

Toines John, drayman, h 718 north E 

Tomison Limes, laborer, h 10 e Eighth 

Toole Gray J., barber and hairdresser 12 s Tryon, h 705 w Hill 

Torrence Abner, night porter Buford House 

Torrence Fate, porter, h outside limits 

Torrence Jane, cook, h 500 w Trade 

Torrence Lavinia, h 709 south C 

Torrence Wallace, h n Tryon ab. C. C. depot 

Torrents Albert, shoemaker, h 407 w Vance 

Torrents Ned, lab., h 508 e Seventh 

Torrents Nelson, lab., h s cotton platform 

Torrents Tom, lab., h 531 e Sixth 

Tracy, John, gardener, h 512 s College 

Trapp Polly, washer, h 929 s Church 

Trapp Timothy, tailor, h Church 

Trolinger Fannie, wid. David, h 412 vv Fifth 

Trotter, Martha, cook, 212 e Sixth 

Harjjravc & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St. 
Trotter Sam, miner, h 711 north E 
Tune Paul, wks. oil mill, h 714 s Poplar 
Twiddy Logan, lab., h 713 s Poplar 
Tyler Cora, h Biddleville 

Tyler Rev. John, pastor Methodist church, h Biddleville 
Tyler Nora, school teacher, h Biddleville 
Tyson William, coachman, h 622 s Church 

V AUGHN NANCY, washer, h 207 north D 
Virginia House, James M. Goode, propr., 22 w Fourth 



"W" 



^ ADE BELLA, washer, h 513 e Sixth 
Wade Charlie, miner, h 716 s Poplar 
Wade Phoebe, washer, h 513 e Sixth 
W T adki;is Hester, washer, h 408 e Third 
Wadkins John, truckman C. C. R. R., h 411 e Stonewall 
Wagner Ann, cook, h 712 s Tryon 
Wagner Lee, wood cutter, h 518 e Eleventh 
Walden Jesse, farmer, h 718 e Second 
Walker Charley, farmer, h 506 south C 
Walker Mrs Ella L., wid. Charles, h 206 s Graham 
Walker George, carpenter, h 607 e Trade 



Concentrators, and all Mining Supplies. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



Can furnish all you want for a Wedding Present — 



ETV If A J ^ an furnish all you want fc 

VI A nnrPW^ either BABY CARRIAGE, or your last want— a 
. ill. 1 1 11U.1 V^ VV vJ COFFIN. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



150 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Walker Isabella, washer, h io s Church 
Walker Jason, lab., h alley nr. B 
Walker Jesse, planer, h 707 Mint 
Walker Jennie, cook, h 305 s Tryon 
Walker John L., miner, h 432 Mint 
Walker Martha, h 401 e Vance 
Walker Richard, farmer, h 507 south B 
Walker Thomas, lab., h 813 Mint 
Walker Titia, h 416 e Second 
Walker William, cook, h 204 w Fourth 
Walkup Mandy, washer, h 619 e Tenth 
Wallace Agnes, h 511 south D 
Wallace Dallace, porter 
Wallace John, porter, h 502 e Seventh 
Wallace Maria, h 909 s Church 
Wallace Mary Jane, cook, h Prather's Hill 
Wall May, h 819 Mint 
Wallace Winslow, h 705 s Church 
Washington Alec, lab, h 915 s Church 
Washington George, lab., h 222 s College 

Washington Rev. Henderson, Baptist preacher, h 210 e Ninth 
For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 
Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 



Washington Hilliard, ginner oil mill, h 403 e Hill 

Washington John, groceries, 10 s Church, h 727 Mint 

Washington Julius, lab., h 403 e Hill 

Watkins Louisa, washer, h 300 w Second 

Watson Cupid, lab., h 406 w Sixth 

Watson Ellen, cook, h 304 e Fifth 

Watson Russell, lab., h 209 north D 

Watt David, butler Belmont Hotel, h 300 w First 

Watts Elam, whitewashes h 412 e Third 

Watts Harvie, h n Tryon nr. C. C. depot 

Watts Ida, h 412 e Third 

Weatherspoon Preston, lab., h 204 n Fourth 

Weatherspoon William, lab., h 700 e Sixth 

Weaver Thomas, farmer, h 316 s College 

Webb Laura, washer, h 713 w Hill 

Webb Millie, washer, h 410 e Stonewall 

Webb Rosa, washer, h rear 214 n Tryon 

Webb Tina, washer, h 410 e Stonewall 

Webb Virgil, lab., h 713 w Hill 

Weddington Mart, carpenter, h 404 south E 

Weddington Amos, h rear 317 e Trade 

FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. N. MgCAUSLAND. 209 S. Tryon St.. Charlotte. N. C. 






w 



E carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, &e. K. II. JORDAN & CO. , Druggists, 

2 North Tryou and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



151 



Weddington R. T., carpenter, h 513 e First 
Weddington Thomas J., brickrriason, h 607 e Stonewall 
Weeks Amanda, cook, h 503 w Trade 
Weeks John, cotton sampler, h 407 north D 
Wells Hattie, dressmaker, h 404 e Third 
West Lou, cook, h 713 north E 
. West Sue, h 503 north B 
Westmoreland Jeff, lab., h 304 north E 

Wheeler , h 600 e Fourth 

Wheeler William, miner, h 721 Mint 
Wheeler William M., porter, h Fourth, bet. E and C 
White Berry, watchman depot, h rear 304 s Johnston 
Whites Chaney, washer, h 626 Mint 
White Fannie, h 4 Miller's Alley 
White Fayette, wood cutter, h 700 s Poplar 
White Henry, h 521 e Third 
White Johnson F., barber, n e Trade 
White Joseph, porter 
White Laura, cook, h 311 w Stonewall 
White Richard A., h 206 w First 

White Rev. Robert, pastor Presbyterian church, h 205 w First 
Hargrave & Alexander, the Popular Dry Goods Merchants, Guar- 
antee all Goods as Represented, or Money Refunded. 33 E. Trade. 
White Robert, driver, 951 s Church 
White Silvia, cook, h 209 s Poplar 
White Virginia, h 811 s Church 
White William, groceries, h Biddleville 
White W. M., groceries, 32 n College, h Biddleville 
Whiteman Carrie, nurse, h 310 s Tryon 
Whitfield John, waiter Central Hotel, h 207 w Second 
Whitless Jane, cook, h 306 w Trade 
Whitley Elmer, waiter, h 404 w Trade 
Whittaker Annie, h 606 n Tryon 

Whittenberg Andrew, r 7 s College - ■ 

Whittenberg Dave, lab., h 607 e Trade 

Whitworth George F., porter, h Stonewall bet. Church and Mint 
WILDS NIMKOD R., barber and hairdresser, 11 s Tryon, h 214 

Tryon (rear) 
Willfoam Viry, cook, h 722 e Second 
Wilfong Ida, h 207 w Third 
Wiley Lonzo, barber, h 409 e Stonewall 
Wiley William, h 40S e Second 
Wilkes Miss Mary, washer, h 216 w Morehead 
Williams Alice, washer, h 408 e Third 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



I ' 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



15: 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



R., h n Graham nr. city 



Williams Amanda, cook, h rear 403 e Seventh 

Williams Ben, h 422 w Hill 

Williams Ben, lab., h 19 Wadkins Row 

Williams Caroline, h 415 e Stonewall 

Williams Elvira, h 512 e Eleventh 

Williams Emma, washer, 711 w Hill 

Williams Georgie, washer, h 413 Mint 

Williams James, h 810 e Seventh 

Williams Jane, washer, h 516 c Eighth 

Williams John, brakeman C, C. and A. R. R., h 817 e Fifth 

Williams John, ginner, h 228 w Morehead 

WILLIA3IS JOHN T., physician and surgeon, 24 w Fourth, h do 

Williams Louis, lab., h 711 w Hill 

Williams Mary, wid., h 10 e Morehead 

Williams Mollie, h 418 e Eleventh 

Williams Robert, brakeman C. C. R. 

limits 

Williams Robert, lab., h 418 e Eleventh 
Williams Rosa, cook, h 418 e Eleventh 
Williams Susie," cook, h 304 w Trade 
Williamson Stephen, lab., h 503 n College 
For Diarrhoea. Dysentery and Flux, Use PEPOTASH, for Sale by Gracers and 

Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 
Willis John, moulder, h 408 e Second 
Willoughby Andrew, lab., h 506 Smith 
Wilson Alec, gardener, h Ninth nr R. and D. R. R 
Wilson Alfred, lab., h 510 south D 
Wilson Ann, cook, h 406 e Trade 
Wilson Caroline, washer, h 224 w Morehead 
Wilson Dave, waiter Central Hotel, h 51S south C 
Wilson Frank, h 600 e Seventh 
Wilson George M., lab., h 307 north C 
Wilson Hugh, lab., h 412 s College 
Wilson James, lamp lighter, h 5 jo south D 
Wilson James, porter, h 224 w Morehead 
Wilson Janie, cook, h 10 s Church 
Wilson Joe, lab., h Biddleville 
Wilson John, carpenter, h 412 Mint 
Wilson Jordan, lab., h 310 n Myers 
Wilson L. D., blacksmith, h 505 e Third- 
Wilson Lucy, washer, h Biddleville 
Wilson Mage, porter, h Church 
Wilson Mary, washer, h 905 n College ' 
Wilson Mamie, washer, h 905 n College 



CONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCausland lor Tin 
1 and Slate Roofing. 2U9 s. Try on St., Charlotte, N. C. 



^nnuNSw^ SYBTJP-ui effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 
liOAKbJiNEbS. Prepared by R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists 

2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N 'c 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



153 



Wilson Sarah, h 316 s Graham 

Wilson Washington, gardener, h 510 south D 

Wilson Will, lab., h 521 e Third 

Withers Laura, h 523 e Third 

Witherspoon Cordelia, housemaid, h 707 e Trade 

Workman Maggie, washer, h 609 e Stonewall 

Woods Chris., lab., h n Graham nr. R. R. bridge 

Woodard Kirk, hackman, h rear 214 n Tryon 

Woodward Henry, crank-turner C. C. & A. R. R., h Prather's Hill 

Worth Mary, cook, h 710 e Trade 

Wright Miss Emma, h 705 n Tryon ' 

Wright Guy, barber, h 207 s Poplar 

Wright John, carpenter, h 207 w First 

Wright Maggie, dressmaker,- h 404 e Third 

Wright Martha, cook, h 19 e Fifth 



OUMANS HARRIET, h 609 n Tryon 
Young Delia, school teacher, h Biddleville 
Young Ida, h 712 north E 
Young John, farmer, h Biddleville 
Young John, painter, h 5 1 1 south B 
Young John, h 949 s Church 
Young King, drayman, h I r w Second 
Young Priscilla, h 204 Old Boundary 
Young Samuel, wks. R. & D. R. R. depot, h 421 w Hill 
V oung Samuel, lab., h East Boundary 
Young Walter, waiter Central Hotel, h 511 south B 



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HOUSE, SIGX AND ORSAMESTAL 



221 South Tryon Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 





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PHOTOGRAPHER 



CHARLOTTE, K. C. 



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styles unsurpassed and general workmanship unexcelled. 



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Photographs made from the smallest picture to any size de- 
sired. Life-size Photographs in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, 
Water Colors, or Oil. Every single picture warranted. 



Frames in abundance for any and all sizes, always on 



hand. 



PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OVER NISBET & BRO., 7 WEST TRADE STREET. 



Respectfully, 



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Charlotte 

*®OfflfflERCIAL* ilR.ECTOR.Y,» 

EMBRACING 

A C p I iS D ™™ F ALL PR0FESS roNS, MANUFACTURES, TRADES AND 

PURSUITS IN THE CITY OP CHARLOTTE, EACH CLASSIFICATION 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, THUS EXHIBITING THE 

FULL ADDRESS AND SPECIAL BUSINESS 

OF HER CITIZENS. 



For individual names of members composing firms, residences, &c, see General 

Directory. 



ADDRESS COMPANY. 

BUSINESS ADDRESS CO., compilers, publishers and propri- 
etors of perforated addresses, with adhesive backs. Circulars 
addressed to any part of the United States and Canada 30 
Vesey st., New York City. ' 

ARCHITECTS. 

BAUER A. G., P. O. Box 385, Raleigh, N. C 
Rudisill Jonas, 302 n College 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

BAILEY W. H., room 13, 12 n Church 

BASON G. F., room 16, 12 n Church 

BROWN JOHN E., room 6, 10 n Churcn 

BURWELL & WALKER, room 5, 10 n Church 

BYNUM, BYNUM & SHIPP, 26 w Trade ' 

CANSLER EDWARD T., 10 s Tryon 

CLARKSON HERIOT, room 12, 12 n Church 

FLEMMING W. WOODVILLE, 10 s Tryon 

GRIER CALVIN E., room 2, 10 n Church 

HARRIS HUGH W., 36 s Trade. See advt 

fSSSI5 AMILT0N C - r °° m IO ' I2 n Churc h 
OSBORNE E. K. P., room 4, 10 n Church 



CRUSHERS, STEAM ANrTBELT^HOISTERS 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS. Charlotte. N C 



Can supply yon with any article to be found in a 
'P^ITC First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
y^ VV O 16 West Trf 



rade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



156 



DIRECT011Y.— Commercial. 



OSBORNE & MAXWELL, room i, 10 n Church 
WILSON GEORGE E., room 9, 12 n Church 

AUCTIONEERS. 

ECCLES H. C. & CO., 18 e Trade 
Harrison Henry H., cor. Church and Third 

BAKERS. 

Harrison Charles T., 27 s Tryon 
Howell Stephen M., 217 c Trade 
Prather William N., 216 e Trade 
RIGLER D. M. ck BRO., 26 s Tryon 

BANKS. 

Commercial National Bank, R. M. White president, 45 s Tryon 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Charlotte, 20 s Tryon 
MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' NATIONAL -BANK, 35 e 
Trade 

BARBERS AND HAIR DRESSERS. 

Canty F. C, (col.), 30 n Tryon 

Gordon James W., (col.), 4 e Trade 

Henderson John S., (col.), 226 e Trade 

King James E., (col.), 23 s Tryon 

Lane Austin, (col.), 33 w Trade 

Melton G. D., (col.), 231 w Trade 

Moore & Sumner, (col.), 11 e Trade 

Rudisell A. R., (col.), 228 e Trade 

Toole Gray J., (col.), 12 s Tryon 

WILDS' NIMROD R., (col.),' 11 s Tryon, nr. Trade 

BELLOWS FACTORY. 

NEWCOMB BROS., cor. Ninth and A. See advt. 

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSE-SHOERS, 

Connor Henry, (col.), cor. Church and Fourth 

Harris AlfrecT; (col.), 904 s Tryon 

Jones A. W., (col.), 207 Vance 

Purefoy John K., e Trade, outside limits 

Savage Nat., 19 n College 

Strong James, (col.), Mint 

Tatem H. W. P 21 n College 

WADSWORTH J. W., 225 n College . 






J. 



N. MCCAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south, Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



n 



SNorthTr yon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N.'c. 



BILLIARD PARLORS. 

CENTRAL HOTEL BILLIARD PARLORS, Rudolph Arndt 

proprietor, 9 s Try on . " 

KENDRICK JAMES M., 37 s Tryon "' 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brown Mrs. M. K., 408 n College 
Caldwell Mrs. Angeline, 216 n Fourth 
Cross Mrs. Hannah, 208 s Tryon 
Deaton Mrs. John L., 304 e Fifth 
Holley Jackson, 302 n Smith 
SHANNONHOUSE B. J., 37 n Tryon 
Snider William, 901 n Graham 
Swinson House, 222 n Tryon 
Symons Thomas, 241 w Trade 
Virginia House, 22 w Fourth (colored) 

BOOK BINDING. 

CHA r;yo n TTE ° BSERVER ' Ch -les R. Jones, proprietor, 4 s 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

EDDINS JOHN R., 6 n Tryon 
Morse R. H., 225 w Trade 
ROSS & ADAMS, 22 s Tryon 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

DAVIS W. J. & Co., 205 s Tryon 

ELIAS & COHEN, i S and 17 north Tryon 

GRAY & CO., 19 e Trade 

HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER, 33 e Trade 

KAUFMAN' W. & CO., 2 e Trade and 1 s Tryon 

KEESLER E. L. & CO., 13 w Trade 

Lindy Joel, 43 e Trade 

Moyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 n Tryon 

Nathan Henry M., 215 e Trade 

PEGRAM & CO., 16 s Tryon 

RANKIN A. E. & BRO., 40 s Tryon 

SEIGLET. L. &CO., 11 w Trade 

Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

BOTTLER-BEER. 

MUNZLER FRED C, 247 e Trade 

R ^!!LZ^!LZ^'^^^ e Fifth 

^™esTaniTb^ 

and Wheat Mill, Mecklenburg Iron Works, O^LteS LC 



Elf A I Can furnish all you want lor a wedding rresent 

V Anil TP WQ either BABY CARRIAGE, or your last want- 
. 1V1 . 1X1.110.1 V^ VV O COFFIN. 10 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. 0. 



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DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



BOTTLERS-SODA AND MINERAL, WATER. 

Wehner Otto & Co., 5 e Fifth 
West Thomas W., 230 e Trade 

BILL POSTERS. 

Nat. Gray, w Trade 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Osborne & Asbury, north limits. Park Hutchison's estate 
MOSS R. H., Trade bey. city limits 

CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 

ELIAS & COHEN, 15 and 17 north Tryon 
HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER, 33 e Trade 
KEESLER E. L. & CO., 13 w Trade 
SEIGLE T. L. & CO., 11 w Trade 
Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

CIGAR MANUFACTURER. 

MENDEL JACOB M., 33 s Tryon 

CLOTHING. 

Berwanger Bros., 6 w Trade 

Charlotte Clothing Co., E. D. Latta & Bro., mnfrs., 42 s Tryon 

DAVIS W. J. & CO., 205 s Tryon 

ELIAS & COHEN, 15 and 17 n Tryon 

HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER, 33 e Trade 

Kaufman W. & Co., 2 e Trade and 1 s Tryon 

KEESLER E. L. & Co., 13 w Trade 

Lindy Joel, 43 e Trade 

Nathan Henry M., 215 c Trade 

PHARR & LONG, 42 s Tryon 

SEIGLE T. L. & CO., 11 w Trade 

Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

COAL. 

ANTHONY & BRYCE, Trade and N. C. R. R 
COLLECTING AGENCY. 

MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE UNION, Bynum, Bynum & Shipp, 
attorneys, 26 w Trade 

FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. X. C. 






CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggist?, 
3 Jsorth Tryou and 1 East T rade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. — Commercial"" 



159 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



Beall A. )., g e Trade 

CARSON BROS., 22 e Fourth 

Duncan Joseph, 211 e Trade 

ECCLES H. C. & CO., 18 e Trade 

FIELD BROS., 209 e Trade 

Gaither Thomas H., 200 s College 

GLOVER F. H., 201 n Tryon 

Hardin J. L., 45 e Trade 

Link Henry G., 203 e Trade 

Markey I. G. & Co., 239 w Trade 

Magill Thomas, 19 s College 

McLaughlin & Johnston, 25 s College 

MERCER CHARLES O., 14 n Colfege 

MISENHEIMER L. A., 319 and 321 n Tryon 

OATES BROS., 201 e Trade 

SCHIFF & CO., 26 e Trade 

Scott Calvin, 23 s College 

Smith & Durham, 13 s College 

Springs & Burwell, 201 s College 

VANLANDINGHAM JOHN, 10 and r 2 n College 

CONFECTIONERIES. 
Bita A., 1 n Tryon 
Davidson & Pigford, 17 e Trade 
Duncan Benjamin F., 213 e Trade 
Duncan Joseph, 211 e Trade 
HARRINGTON JOHN B., 5 north Tryon 
Harrison Charles F., 27 s Tryon 
Howell Stephen M„ 217 e Trade 
NISBET A. R. & VV. B., 5 w Trade 
Parnella G. A., 12 e Trade 
Prather William N., 216 e Trade 
Ratterree James R., 24 n Tryon 
Rhyne & Bro., 227 e Trade 
RIGLER D. M. & BRO., 26 s Tryon 
TAYLOR WILLIAM B., 22 w Trada 
Withers John T. 27 e Trade 

CONTRACTING ENGINEERS. 

TOMPKINS CO., THE D. A., 36 and 38 w College 



"WIRJITIE for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



^* *4 # <fT Jl Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 

J» N\ -iA ft CiYP.Vd^. thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
V. J*lt rHlWVV»»d and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 

DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



160 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

AHRENS FREDERICK W., 24 e Second 

ASBURY & FINGER, cor. Fifth and N. C. R. R 

ASBURY JOSIAH, entrance to mill,2ii e Fifth 

Davidson James F., 601 e Ninth 

Hipp & Turner, cor. Morehead and Poplar 

Lawing Robert E., 501 e Tenth 

McCarver John, 31 w Trade 

NEWCOM8 BROS., cor. Ninth and N. C. R. R. See advt 

Zimmerman John, 805 n Tryon 

COTTON GINNERS. 

CROWE LL W. M., prop. Star Mills, 306 e Trade 
Garibaldi John, 622 Mint 

COTTON FACTORY. 

CHARLOTTE COTTON MILLS, R. M. Oates president, Fifth 
st. and R. & D.VR. R. 

COTTON COMMISSION AND BUYERS. 

Burweli, Springs & Lee., 17 n College 
McLaughlin & Heath, 15 s College 
MILLER R. M. & SON., 39 s College 
OATES BROS., 201 e Trade 
Sanders & Orr, 16 n College 
VANLANDINGHAM JOHN, 10 and 12 n College 

COTTON AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE. 

CHARLOTTE EXCHANGE, J. F. Lyon manager, 42 e Trade 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

HARTSFIELD R. B., agent, 38 s Tryon. See advt. 
Harty James, 28 w Trade 

DENTISTS. 

BLAND DR. MORTIMER A., 21 n Tryon 
Hoffman & Alexander, 7 w Trade 

DRESSMAKERS 

Alexander Miss Jennie, 404 n Graham 
Blackwelder Mrs. Laura, 305 e Trade ( 

Blackwelder Miss Sarah, 607 w Seventh 



CALL ON OR WRITE 
FOR PRICES. 



Stoves and Tinware. 

J. N. MuCAUSLAND. 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



Y 



IOLA COLOGNE— fragrant' and lasting— manufactured only by 

R. H. JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
2 North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N C 



DIR ECTO RY,— Commercial. "HJ 



Chapman Miss Rachael, 606 w Seventh 
Clemmens Julia, (col.), 409 s Church 
Colladay Miss Kate, 219 n Tryon 
Covert Mrs. Cornelia, 14 n Church 
Dixon Mrs. L. D.; 313 c Trade 
Hinshaw Miss Lizzie, Seversville 
Lockhart Mrs. Laura, 221 e Trade 
McCracken Miss Delia, 307 e Sixth 
Moore Miss Kate, 5 w Seventh 
Moyer Mrs. E. M„ 217 w Trade 
Pettus Miss Violet, jot, w Trade 
Pharr Mrs. E. J., 504 n Tryon 
Pritchett Lizzie, (col.), 430 Mint 
Purviance Miss Jane, 404 e Fifth 
QUERY MRS. P. & CO., 20 w Trade 
Rigler Mrs. George, 304 s College 
SEIGLE T. L. & CO., n w Trade 
Wells Miss Hattie, 404 e Third 
Wilkinson Miss Mamie, 502 north B 

DRUGGISTS. 

BURWELL & DUNN, 2 s Tryon and 1 w Trade. See advt 

Davidson J. S. M., 207 w Trade 

JORDAN R. H. & Co., 2 n Tryon and 1 e Trade 

McAden Dr. John H., 7 n Tryon 

Reese Thomas & Co., 14 s Tryon 

WILDER DR. HILLORY M., 200 e Trade 

WILSON W. M. & CO., 20 e Trade 

Wriston L. R. & Co., 2 w Trade and 1 e Tryon 

DRY GOODS. 

DAVIS W. J. & CO., 20s s Tryon 

ELIAS & COHEN, 15 and 17 n Tryon 

HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER 33 e Trade ■ 

KEESLER E. L. & CO., 13 w Trade 

Lindy Joel, 43 e Trade 

Moyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 n Tryon 

Mullen W. N., 410 s Church 

SEIGLE T. L. & CO., 11 w Trade 

Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

EATING HOUSE. 

GRESHAM CLARENCE, 600 w Trade, opp. depot 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 






EA If A J FURNITURE for Parlor ar 

VI Ann rPWQ for Chamber and Kitchen, P 
. lTl. 1 Y.I1U.1 Kj VV vJ, ail d Prices. 10 West Trad 



FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

uruiture all Qualities 

ade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



162 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



ELECTRIC EIGHT CO. 

Charlotte Electric Light Co., P. Burbank supt., 12 e Fifth 

EXPRESS CO. 

Southern Express Co., 200 s Tryort 

FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

DAVIS VV. J. & CO., 205 s Try-on 
ELI AS & COHEN, 15 and 17 n Tryon 
MARGRAVE & ALEXANDER, 33 e Trade 
KEESLER E. L. & CO., 13 w Trade 
Lindy Joel, 43 e Trade 
Moyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 n Tryon 
NEWCOMB MRS. S. & G., 24 w Trade 
QUERY MRS. P. & CO., 20 w Trade 
SEIGLE T. L. & CO., 11 w Trade 
Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

FISH AND OYSTERS. 

ADAMS CALIB L., 38 n Tryon 
Shelby Richard W., 206 e Trade 

FLORIST. 

Purefoy Mrs. J. K., 919 e Trade 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

Alexander R? B. & Co., 309 n Tryon 
FIELD BROS., 209 e Trade 
Hayes & Todd, 23 w Trade 
Mayer & Ross, 47 e Trade 
Sims & Young, 41 w Trade 
WARD W. W. & CO., 34 s College 
White R. M. & Co., 39 e Trade 

FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS. 

GUMPF & MARTIN, Charlotte Plow and Machine Co., 212 and 
214 e Ninth 

LIDDELL & CO., manufacturers of the Boss Cotton Press, Lid- 
dell's Variable Feed Saw Mills, couplings, hangers, pulleys 
and shaftings, 901 e Trade 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, John Wilkes manager, manu- 
factures of saw mills, mining machinery, cotton presses, &c, 
5 1 2 w Trade 



^member ZH 



HAT J. X. McCAUSLAND IS AX EXPERT 
SLATE AXD TIN ROOFER. 
South Tryon Street, Charlotte., N. C. 



i\ 1 



DISTRICT MANAGERS POR THE- 



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Loomis-National-tibrary^ssociatioti. 



Principal Office— 1 114 Main Street, Richmond, Va. 
Branch Office— 225 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

J. A. ELLIOTT. "T~"t T " 

J. H. MARSH. 

FURNITURE :-: MANUFACTURERS, 
Charlotte, nv o. 

Pur goods are superior to any offered of same grade, the posts beino- made 
of hard wood, which is far more durable. Encourage homo enterprise? Cat- 
alogue and price list furnished on application. We solicit orders of the trade 
and guarantee sat.sfac tion. £& "Office-No. 218 East Eighth Street,^ 

D. M^IGLER"&BRa 

Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in 

Plain and Fancy Candies, 
Bread, Cakes and Pies. 

JtJrWE CREAM IN SEASON.^ 

Cigars, Tobacco, Fresh and 
Preserved Fruits, &c. 

2(5 South Tryon Street, two Doors Below First National Dank, Charlotte, N.C. 

A. G. BAUER,; •• 

Architect and Mechanical Draughtsman, 

Fm-nishes parties in any part of the State with Designs, Plans, Specifications. Details, 
W orkmg Drawings and printed forms of Contract for the proper and economical erec- 
tion of Cot ages, Vxllas, City Dwellings. Churches, Schools. Banks, Hotels, Railroad 
Depots, Jails, Court Douses, Stores. Opera Douses, Music Halls, Factories, Stone, 
Bnek and Frame Buildings, from the most artistic and costly to the plainest and 
cheapest, the public patronage is respectfully solicited. Address 

A. G. BAUER, BOX 3S5, RALEIGH, N. C. 





PRINTING! ^sw/lmo'irts^ 



STATIONERY. K^?4g^ 
1^225^ 



YOU CAN GET THE 



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BEST SATISFACTION FOR THE MONEY I 



EXPENDED BY LEAVING YOUR ORDERS FOR 

PRINTING 



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-WITH- 



R.*E.*BLAKEY, 

Xortheast Cor. Trade and College Sts., THARI DTTF N C 
(3d Floor- Holton Building.) LnrtRLUllL, IN. V-. 



(2d Flooi — Holton Building.) 

it-^-En trance on Trade Street, next to Field Bros. 



WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF 



Stationery and Flat Papers, 



i 



Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes, 

Cards, Tags, Receipts, Circulars, Bank Supplies, 

Office Supplies, School Supplies, etc., etc. 



WE HAVE AMPLE FACILITIES TO DO ANY AMD 
ALL KINDS OP PRINTING. 



fgp-With New Type, New Presses, and New Machinery, 
we are enabled to do a class of work that cannot be 
excelled anywhere, and at the very lowest rates. 



WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE.CLOSE FIGURES ON ESTIMATES 
FOR NEWSPAPER AND PAMPHLET WORK. 




PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS, 

AND PRICES.SAME AS IF LEFT IN PERSON. 

0g9^^ ' — I 

fig^We have unequalled facilities for printing Law BRIEFS. If 
you want your work done cheap and in the best manner send your 
orders to R. E, BLAKEY, Charlotte, N. C. 



Burgess Nichols, 

—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CHEAP AND FINE— 

OF LATEST DESIGNS. 



Also, OHILDKEN'S CARRIAGES. A complete stock of CASKETS COF 
FINS, and BURIAL ROBES. 



^Ep-Call and get my extremely low prices before buying. 

B. JVICHQLS, 1 7 Wes t Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

FURNITUBE. 
ANDREWS E. M., 16 w Trade. See advt 
NICHOLS BURGESS, i 7 w Trade. See advt. 

FUBNITUBE MANUFACTURERS. 

ELLIOTT & MARSH, 218 e Eighth, cor. A. See advt. 

GAS CO. 
CHARLOTTE GAS LIGHT CO., 212 s College 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Beattie A. M., 416 e Seventh 

Davis Jacob L., 311 n Tryon 

Etheridge G. ]., 500 s Church 

Harris William B., n Graham 

Kidd W. B., 312 Mint and 512 e Second 

McGinn & Co., 203 w Trade 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Berwanger Bros., 6 w Trade 

Kaufman W. & Co., 2 e Trade and 1 s Tryon 

Nathan Henry M., 215 e Trade 

~NC^S~AND~l3C^^ 

and Wheat Mills. Mecklenburg Iron Works, ChariotSc 






E-\ tr \ 1 The largest stock of FURJOTU 

V AndrPWs CASKETS in the State. Wk 
. 1V1. ii.ilU-1 \J VV O, 16 West Trade Street, 



The larsrest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS anil 
holesale and Retail, 
Charlotte, X. C. 



166 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



PEGRAM M. P. Jr., 36 s Tryon opp Buford House 
PHARR & LONG, 42 s Tryon 

GRIST MILLS. 

Garibaldi John, 622 Mint 

STAR MILLS, VV. M. Crowell, propr., 306 e Trade 

GROCERIES AXD PROVISIONS. 

ADAMS C. L., 38 n Tryon 

Alexander R. B. & Co., 309 n Tryon 

Baker C. W., Seversville 

BARNETT & BE.THUNE, 21 e Trade 

Beattie J. F. 707 e Sixth 

Beattie Robert A., 414 e Ninth 

Bennett W. F., 617 e Seventh 

Blalock J. M., 632 s Church 

Calder John, 230 n Tryon 

Calvin A. W., (col.) 301 w Trade 

Creighton James B., 319 south B. 

Culpepper R. Jr., 701 w Trade 

Davis Jacob L., 311 n Tryon 

Duls & Schroeder, 214 e Trade 

Duncan Benjamin F., 213 e Trade 

Duncan Joseph, 211 e Trade 

Durham F. R., 209 w Trade 

Evans S. M., 902 n Tryon 

FIELD BROS., 209 e Trade 

Freeland Joseph G., 25 n Tryon , 

Friday W. I., 243 w Trade 

Garibaldi John, 622 Mint 

Gaston A. A., 6 Palmer, nr. s limits 

Gibson F. B., 315 south B 

Griffin James S., n Graham nr. city limits. 

Hannon J. C, 606 s Church 

Hargraves Marshall (col.) 303 south D 

Hayes Robert (col.) 511 e First 

Hayes & Todd, 23 w Trade 

Henderson VV. M., 908 s Tryon 

Hirst Miles, 601 w Eighth 

Holobaugh D. S. & Co., 200 n Tryon 

Holobaugh George M., 29 s Tryon 

Hooper Edward, 507 w Seventh 

Hornbarrier J. D., 410 w Fourth 



F 



OR SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES °"S,r 

J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



H 



& IoIrs™^ STRtTP-an effective remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and 

SOAEbfcMfcS. Prepared by R. H . JORDAN & CO., Druggists, 
2 N ° nh Tryon ana 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Commkkcial. 



167 



Tryon 



Howell Stephen M., 217 e Trade 

IRWIN H. C, 211 w Trade 

KENNEDY H. B., 403 s Graham 

Kirk L. J., n Graham nr city limits 

Lee Adam, 624 s Church 

Link Henry G, 203 e Trade 

Long & Bros., 208 e Trade 

Long Henry A., (col.) 407 south C 

McGinnis E. D., 315 n Tryon 

McKenzie William, 910 n Tryon 

McKnight Fred A., 225 e Trade 

McLaughlin & Johnston 25 s College 

McNelius C, 200 s Church 

Magill Thomas R., 19 s College 

Manning James, 515 south E 

Mayer & Ross, 47 e Trade 

MISENHEIMER L. A., 319 and 321 , 

Moody Mrs. S. F., 413 e First 

Mullen W. N., 410 s Church 

NISBET A. R. & W. B., 5 w Trade 

Osborne P. A., 405 Pine 

PRESSON B. M. & SON., 327 e Trade 

Rhyne & Bro., 227 e Trade 

Rivers Anthony, (col.), 401 w Hill 

SCHIFF & CO., 26 e Trade 

Scott Calvin, 23 s College 

Shelby R. W., 700 north D 

Shuman J. J., 614 s Church 

Sims James M., 19 n Tryon 

Smith & Durham, 13 s College 

Springs & Burwell, 201 s College 

Stauffer M. A., 508 s Church 

TURNER ROBERT B., 231 w Vance 

w1, LK ^ L ' J ' & C °" 2DI s Tr y°» a » d Fourth 
Walker Thomas, Biddleville 

Washington John, 10 s Church 

White R. M. & Co., 39 e Trade 

White W. M., t, 2 n College 

Withers C. A., 237 e Trade 

GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. 

FOX CHARLES J., 20 n Graham 
WILLMANN A. RUDOLPH, 34 n Tryon 



Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisted 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N C 



Can supply you with any article to be found in a 
First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 






I I 



168 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



HARDWARE. 

BROWN, WEDDINGTON & CO., 29 e Trade 
HAMMON & JUSTICE, 30 e Trade 
Moore Richard, 32 e Trade 

HARNESS MANUFACTURERS. 

Shaw W. E. & Co., 38 e Trade 

HARVESTING MACHINES. 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, 510 w Trade 

HATS AND CAPS 

Berwanger Bros., 6 w Trade 

DAVIS VV. J. & Co., 205 s Tryon 

ELI AS & COHEN, 15 and 17 n Tryon 

Kaufman W. & CO., 2 e Trade and 1 s Tryon 

KEESLER E. L. & Co., 13 w Trade 

Lindy Joel, 43 e Trade 

Moyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 n Tryon 

Nathan Henry M., 215 c Trade 

PEGRAM M. P. Jr., 36 s Tryon opp. Buford House 

PHARR & LONG, 42 s Tryon 

SEIGLE T. L. & Co., 11 w Trade 

Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

HOTELS. 

BELMONT' HOTEL, H. C. Eccles, propr., 24 e Trade 
BUFORD HOUSE, J. M. Atkinson & Co., proprs., 29 s Tryon 
CENTRAL HOTEL, Scoville & Brockenbrough, proprs., 7 s 

Tryon 
Charlotte Hotel, Mrs. J. H. Hamilton, prop., 28 n Tryon 
DODGE HOUSE, Mrs. E. R. Dodge, prop., 28 s Tryon 
MANSION HOUSE, J. C. Boyte, prop., 205 w Trade 
Virginia House, (col.,) J. M. Goode, prop., 24 w Fourth 

ICE CREAM. 

HARRINGTON JOHN B., 5 n Tryon 
RIGLKR D.-M. & BRO., 26 s Tryon 

ICE MANUFACTURERS AND "DEALERS.. 

Mecklenburg Ice Co., S. W. Davis, supt., w Second cor Smith 
ANTHONY & BRYCE, 233 e Trade and N. C. R. R 



fONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCatjsland tor Tin 
and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C 



w 



E carry a full line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRIC! RATwimre 
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, fto. R. II. JORDAN™ ^3?^ 
* North- TrycBi and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte. N.C. 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



169 



IMMIGRATION AGENTS. 

DRAYTON T. F. & CO., 41 e Trade 

INSURANCE. 

Bagwell John T., (life,) 213 c Seventh 

BUTT C. N. G. & CO., (fire,) 35 e Trade, representing the follow- 
ing companies: City of London Fire Insurance Company 
London; Commercial Union Assurance Co., London- Con 
necticut Fire Insurance Co., Hartford; Fire Association, 
Philadelphia: Hamburg Bremen, of Hamburg; Sun Fire of- 
hce London; Springfield Fire and Marine, Springfield Mass 

Church John D., (life,) 7 e Trade mgneia, Mass , 

Cochrane Robert E, (fire, life and accident,) 7 e Trade 
Cochrane Robert L., (life,) 7 e Trade 

DRAYTON & CO., 4 : e Trade, representing the following fire 
insurance companies; Queen, Liverpool; Southern Insurance 
Company, New Orleans; Scottish Union and National, Edin- 
burg; London Assurance Corporation, London; and the 
Equitable Life Insurance Society of the United States- also 
real estate and immigration agents 

ETHEREDGE CHRISTOPHER M., 4 „ fryoi; (see advt.) rep- 
resenting the following reliable companies: Norwich Union 
of England; Sun Mutual, of New Orleans; Northwestern 
Mutual Life Insurance Company; Fidelity and Casualty Com- 
pany, of New York - 

Haughton Thomas H., (fire, life and accident), 4 n Tryon 

Hutchison E. Nye, 4 n Tryon 

Lee Regnal A., 17 n College 

WEARN WALTER, 25 w Trade 

IRON WORKS. 

MEC rra;L NBURG IR ° N W ° RKS ' J ° hn WilkeS ™™g<*> 5"> w 

JOB PRINTING. 

BLAKE Y R. E., 8 n College and 207 e Trade 
CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE, 45 e Trade 
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 4 s Tryon 
HIRST PRINTING CO., 212 e Trade 
VOGLER JAMES A., 3 w Trade 

JUSTICES OF PEACE FOR MECKLENBURG COUNTY 

Charlotte To wnship— BOYD B. P., Davis S. VV„ Hilton S. H., 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, ChiJloS. 5 a 



E1V If \ J Can furnish all you want for a Weddi 

V A nni'PWs either BABY CARRIAGE, or your 
. 111. A L1U.1 V^ VV O COFFIN. 10 W. Trade St., Char 



Can furnishall you want for a Wedding Present — 

last want — a 
Charlotte, N. C. 



170 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



Hutchison D. P., Long J. C, McDonald R. E., McDowell F. 
B., McNinch F. A., MAXWELL D. G., Myers J. S., Roessler 
J., Severs H. C, Waring J. P. 

LAUNDRY. 

KEE SAM, 225 s Tryon, nr. Fourth 
Sing Lewis, 41 s Tryon 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 

DAVIDSON & GRIFFIN, 233 e Trade 
PERRY LOUIS P., (col.), 21 w Fourth 
WADSWORTH JOHN W., 224 n Tryon, opp. City Hall. See 

advt. 
SMITH WILLIAM A., 15 n College 

LUMBER. 

ANTHONY & BRYCE, 233 e Trade 
CROWELL ABRAHAM H., Jr., 24 n College 
SUMMERVILLE ALEXANDER C, 300 e Trade 

MACHINERY. 

FRICK CO., manufacturers of steam engines, J. L. Nance agent, 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Johnston James F., 43 s College 
Brem & McDowell, 26 and 28 s College 
Gumpf & Martin, 212 and 214 e Ninth 
TOMPKINS THE D. A. CO., 36 and 38 n College 

MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS. 

SOUTHERN CHEMICAL CO., 215 w Trade 

MARBLE AND GRANITE. 

BERRYHILL & JOHNSTON, 237 w Trade, opp. First Presby- 
terian chnrch 
MORSE R. H., 206 s Tryon 

MATTRESS MANUFACTURER. 

ANDREWS E. M., 300 n Church 

MEAT MARKETS. 

Cogbill Augustus E., 25 e Trade 
Hagler James M., (col.), 43 e Trade 
HALL GEORGE S., 16 n Tryon 
Haymann Lazarus, 241 e Trade 



REMEMBER 



I AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES.— 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



J. S. PRILiUPS, 

*MERCHANT*TAILOR,* 

XO. 30 SOUTH TRYON STREET, CHARLOTTE, X. C. 



McNelis C, 200 s Church 
Mosteller J. F.' 228 n Tfy.on 
Plummer James M., 8 e Trade 
Vogel Andrew J., 29 n Tryon 



MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Lichtenstein 1 Michael, 9 n Tryon 
Mensing Henry C, 4 w Trade 
PHILLIPS JAMES S„ 36 s Tryon 
Scott H. T., 233 w Trade 
Vogel John, 27 n Tryon 
Milford J. A., 229 s Tryon 

MERCHANDISE BROKERS. 

Littlejohn Richard N., 45 e Trade 
MERCER CHARLES O., 14 n College 
Myers Baxter S., 17 s College 
Taliaferro & Ross, 203 s College 

MILLINERY. 

BENSON & REEVES, 14 e Trade 
DAVIS W. J. & CO., 205 s Tryon 
NEWCOMB MRS. S. & G., 24 w Trade 
QUERY MRS. P. & CO., 20 w Trade 
Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

MINING EXPERT. 

WARREN S. J., i S e Fourth 

MINING SUPPLIES. 

Brem & McDowell, 26 and 28 s College 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, John Wilkes manager, 512 w 



Trade 



NEWSPAPERS. 



CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE, W S. Hemby, ed. and prop., 45 e 
Trade 

CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, daily and weekly, Col. C. R. Jones, 
ed. and prop., 4 s Tryon 

CHARLOTTE HOME-DEMOCRAT, Yates & Strong, eds. and 
props., 34 e Trade 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle and Lath Mills, 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



£. M. Andrews 



i * 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



172 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



CHURCH MESSENGER, weekly, E. N. Joyner, editor. 
CHARLOTTE MESSENGER, (col.), issued every Saturday, W. 
C. Smith, ed. and prop., 24 w Fourth, bet. Tryon and Church 
CRAFTSMAN, King & Brown, eds. and props., 8 n College 

NEWSPAPER UNION. 

SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER UNION, D. G. Stebbins manager, 
W. F. Denman supt., 205 s College 

COTTON SEED OIL MILL. 

Oliver Oil Co., Ninth st. and R. & D. R. R. 

OIL DEALER. 

Standard Oil Co., James Malona agent, 7 e Trade 

PAINTERS. 

AUFRECHT M. HARRIS, 38 s Tryon 

FRAZIER CHARLES A., 609 e Ninth 

Gray W. H., 32 n Tryon 

HARKEY DANIEL H., 40 n Tryon 

Greenland Fred, 222 w Trade 

LITTLE JAMES, (col.), 221 s Tryon, next to postoffice. 

PETHER WILLIAM, (col.) 207 e Trade 

PRITCHETT C. S., 700 h Graham 

TURNER & STONE, 18 n Tryon 

PAINTS AND OILS AND GLASS. 

BURWELL & DUNN, 2 s Tryon and 1 w Trade 
WILSON W. M. & Co., 20 e Trade 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS. 

Tiddy Wm. & R., 22 s Tryon 

PATENT MEDICINE. 

Hornets' Nest Liniment, W. N. Mullen prop., 410 s Church 
Kiestler Dr. R. S., 32 s College 
PARK, DAVIS & CO., 204 s College 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

BAUMGARTEN HENRY, 7 w Trade 
VAN NESS JAMES H., 21 n Tryon 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

BRATTON Dr. EDWARD, office Wriston's drug store 



N. MCOAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
oountrv. 2.09 south Tryon street, Charlotte, N. C. 



S^-No printing for the blind, or blacksmith work, done at R. E. 
Blakey's Printing and Publishing House. New type, skilled workmen, 
honest count and tasty work. Cor. Trade and College Sts. 

£""^NLY the Best Quality of Stationery, the finest ink, and the 
neatest type, are used in the Commercial Printing done at 
R. E. BLAKEY'S, cor. Trade and College Sts. 

To Our frietids Everywhere. 

Please remember that we are prepared to do 

Job Printing 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

In the Best Manner and at Lowest Rates. 

SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR 

BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADS, NOTE-HEADS, STATEMENTS EN- 
VELOPES, CARDS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, AND ALL ' 
KINDS OF MERCANTILE PRINTING. 

We do Pamphlet work in good style and at moderate prices. 
We have New Presses, New Type, and first-class workmen. 

We guarantee satisfaction. 

Mail orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

Address R. E. BLAKEY, 

Cor. Trade and College Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 

&WSCH00L CATALOGUES^CxZnl^T^dT^^^irvZn^g 
of all kinds are executed with neatness and despatch at 

E, E. BLAKEY'S, cor. Trade and College Sts. 

I@~ The secrects of our success : Many years of practical experi- 
ence ; promptness in the delivery of work— no disappointments ; honest, 
count ; uniform prices ; the best work at the lowest figures. 

R. E. BLAKEY. Charlotte, N. C. 






Fine Millinery and Kress- M awing. 



A full and complete stock of Ribbons, Flowers, and everything complete 
in Head-Gear, can be found at this establishment. Old Crepe and Crepe 
Veils recrimped, dyed and stiffened good as new. 



20 West Trade Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




P/IUL fficKANE, 



MANUFACTURE!; AXD DEALER IN- 



FINE - BOOTS - 
- SHOES. 



__ Leather - and - Shoe - Findings, 

itSTCustom work a specialty. Repairing neatly done. 
No. 31 North Tryon Street 'opposite Charlotte Hotel), Cuarlotte, N. C. 



JiiST^.BlLIS-EiJiJJD XlsT 1875. 



0. V. BA! 

(Successor to J. W. R 

Whole8&k&I^iqaor&pe.&ler. 



(Successor to J. W. REaILEY,) 



Hgg^Full li ne of Wines and Liquors. North Carolina Corn 
Whisky a specialty. 

205 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




A. C. SUMMERV1LLE 



-LEADING DEALER IX- 



lumber, latfys, Shingles, iff 







LINE, SASH, BL11S, MORS, FLOORING, M^ill; 

CEILING, aud all kinds of DRESSED LUMBER. **=r-=^ 



No. 300 East Trade Street and X. 0. R. K., CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



H > 



UGIIES' EMULSON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatable PieLaiaU m£ 
Prepared by K. IL JORDAN & CO., Drafts * 
* North Tryon and 1 Bivst Trade Streets, Charlotte, N. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



175 



Byers Dr. James W., 31 s Tryon 
GIBBON Dr. ROBERT, 2150 Tryon 
GRAHAM Dr. GEORGE W., 7 w Trade 
GRAHAM Dr. JOSEPH, 5 e Trade 
JONES Dr. JOHNSTON B., 5 e Trade 
JONES Dr. SIMMONS B., 2 n Tryon 
McCOMBS, Dr. J. P., 21 n Tryon 
WILDER Dr. HILLORY M., 200 e Trade 
WILLIAMS Dr. JOHN T., (col.) 24 w Fourth 

PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

ANDREWS E. M., 16 w Trade ' 
Baker William, 5 s Tryon 
EDDINS JOHN R., 6 n Tryon 

PLANING MILLS. 

AHRENS F. W., 24 e Second 

ASBURY & FINGER, 300 e Fifth 

ASBURY JOSIAH, 211 e Fifth and N C R R 

NEWCOMB BROS., cor. Ninth and N. C. R.' R. See advt 

PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS. 
Demolineu H. P., 31 n Tryon 
FOX CHARLES J., 20 n Tryon 
WILLMANN A. R., 34 n Tryon 

PROVISION AND GRAIN DEALERS. 

MILLER JOHN W. & CO., 39 s College 

REAL ESTATE 

DRAYTOmI 1 en"'" A ^" Cy ' Cochrane & Jones, 7 e Trade 
DRAY ION & CO., 41 e Trade 

ECCLES H. C. & CO., iS e Trade 

WARRENS. J., 1 5 e Trade 

RESTAURANTS. 

GRESHAM CLARENCE, 600 w Trade, opp. depot 
Hand W. L, 13 e Trade 

HARRINGTON JOHN B., 5 n Tryon 
Hazel Frank, (col.), 214 n Tryon 
Hoover Richard, (col.), 24 s College 
TAYLOR WILLIAM B., 22 w Trade 
Watts Joel J., 1 1 n College 
Winters William, (col.), 1 s Church 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORK^ChSot*. E. C ^ 



Can supply you with any article to be found in a 
First-Class Furniture House. Give him a call. 
10 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



It' 



176 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



ROLLER COVERER. 

Linne.ll P. E., Charlotte Cotton Mills 

SAFES. 

Brem & McDowell, 26 and 28 s College 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

AHRENS FREDERICK W., 24 e Second 

ASBURY & FINGER, 300 e Fifth 

Asbury Josiah, 211 e Fifth 

NEWCOMB BROS., cor. Ninth and N. C. R. R. See advt. 

SUMMERVILLE A. C, 300 e Trade 

WARD W. W. & CO., 34 s College 

SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES. 

CHARLOTTE FEMALE INSTITUTE, Rev. William R. Atkin- 
son, Principal, College bet Ninth and Eleventh 

Macon School, W. A. Barrier, Principal, cor Poplar and Sixth 

BIDDLE UNIVERSITY, Rev. J. S. Johnson, President, north- 
west limits of city, 

Also White and Colored Graded Schools. 

SEWING! MACHINES. 

Moore Richard, 32 e Trade 

SEWING MACHINE CO. 

SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., 8 n Tryon 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Brown John, (col.), 30 n College 

Brown Prince, (col.), s Tryon, bey. city limits 

CATES VINCENT H., 6 e Trade 

Dammons M. L., (col.), 201 e Third 

Fay Le, (col.), 221 s Tryon, next to postoffice 

Gaffney Jerry, (col.), 221 e Trade 

Gaffney M., (col.), 5 s Church 

Gough E. H., 229 w Trade 

Grier Joseph, (col.), 229 w Trade 

Hart W. H., 8 s Church 

Hinshaw John W., 300 n Tryon 

Holt William, 32 n Tryon 

Lee Thomas, (col.), 25 w Fourth 

McKANE PAUL, 31 n Tryon 

FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

1 SPECIALTY. J. X. McCAUSLAND, 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. X. C. 



H 



UG-HES' QUININE HAIR TONIC imparts vigor to the Scalp, cleanses iti and 
t 1 ^?! 1 ?!^ ^icates Dandruff, and stops the hair falling. Prepared by R H 
JORDAN As CO., Druggists, 2 N. Tryon and 1 E. Trade Sts., Charlotte, N. C. 

177 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



Oxenham Thomas H., 223 w Trade 
Ray James, (col.), 612 Mint 
Roediger Charles, 21 s Tryon 
Scott William, 609 w Eighth 
Stevens Levi, 23 e Trade 

STAMPING. 

HARRINGTON MRS. J. B., 5 n Tryon 

STOVES AND RANGES. 

HAMMOND & JUSTICE, 30 e Trade 
MOORE RICHARD, 32 e Trade 
McCAUSLAND J. N., 209 s Tryon 

TIN AND SLATE ROOFERS. 

GARIBALDI THOMAS, 21 w Trade 
HICKS FRANCIS A., 6 e Trade 
McCAUSLAND J. N., 209 s Tryon 

TELEGRAPH. 

S0T ™ERN TELEGRAPH CO., E. R. Dodge manager, 16 e 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., R. C. Thompson gen 
manager, 30 s Tryon 

TELEPHONE CO. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 4 w Trade 

TINWARE. 

DAVIDSON JOHN C. & SON, 219 e Trade 
MOORE RICHARD, 32 e Trade 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 

GLOVER F. H., 201 n Tryon 
MENDEL JACOB M., 33 s Tryon 
TAYLOR WILLIAM B., 22 w Trade 
Withers John T., 27 e Trade 

TRUNKS AND VALISES 
DAVIS W. J. & CO., 205 s Tryon 
GRAY & CO., 19 e Trade 
HARGRAVE & ALEXANDER, 33 e Trade 
K^^inJVVJfe Co., 2 e Trade and 1 s Tryon 

Stamp Batteries, ^Pony^attertes 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKCcharloUe^ ^ K1J ^' 



E.M.Andrews," 



The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFINS and 
CASKETS in the State. Wholesale and Retail, 
16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



178 



DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 



KEESLER E. L. & CO., 13 w Trade 
Moyer & Hirshinger, 10 and 12 n Tryon 
PEGRAM& CO., 16 s Tryon 
SEIGLE T. L. & Co., 11 w Trade 
Wittkowsky & Baruch, 8 to 14 w Trade 

UNDERTAKERS. . 

ANDREWS E. M., 16 w Trade 
NICHOLS BURGESS, 17 w Trade 

VETERINARY SURGEON. 

PERRY L. W., (col.,) w Fourth bet. Tryon and Church 

WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKERS OR DEALERS. 

Burroughs John C, 43 s College 

HUTCHISON A'. C. & Co., 220 n Tryon 

Piedmont Wagon Co., VV. M. Pegram, manager, 51 s College 

Sharinonhouse J. G. & Co., 41 s College 

Wearn W. S., 302 n Tryon 

WALL PAPER AND DEC ORATORS. 

AUFRECHT M. HARRIS, 38 s Tryon 
Wheeler C. P., 10 e Trade 

WATCHMAKERS' AND JEWELERS. 

BUTLER JOHN T., 11 n Tryon 
Elliott Samuel, 213 w Trade 
Farrior Wm. H., 6 s Tryon 
HALES & BOYNE, 9 w Trade. 
Truslow William A., 3 n Tryon 



See advt. back cover 



WINES AND LIQUORS. 

BADGER ORRIN W., 205 e Trade 
Buchanan W. F., 201 w Trade and 204 e Trade 
CENTRAL HOTEL WINE ROOM, Ri 



ph Arndt, prop., 9 9 



1 ryon 
Duffie James, 34 w Trade 
Fischesser Joseph, 15 s Tryon 
Hand W. L., 13 c Trade 
KENDRICK, JAMES M., 37 s Try 
Kirk L. J., 224 e Trade 
LONG SIDNEY J 



on 



1 n 



Colic 



CONTRACTORS should consult J. N. McCausland tor Tin 
V5 and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte, N". C. 



HUGHES' CHEERY AND GLYCERIC C0UGII MTXTURE-for the rapid 
cure of all affections of the bungs, Throat and Chest. Prepared by R II 
JORDAN & 00., Druggists, 3 N. Tryonaud 1 E. Trade Sts/, Charlotte, ST. C. ' 



DIRECTORY — Commercial. 



179 



McCorkle John M., 37 w Trade 
McNinch Frank A., 35 s College 
Roediger Charles, 19 s Tryon 
Ross John D., 27 w Trade 
Snider W. Franklin, 22 n Tryon 
Springs James C, 29 w Trade 
Timmons Stephen M., 26 n Tryon 
West C. C, 9 s College 

m IRST*PRt MTll G * COMPANY.* 

Latest Styles of Type. Tasteful and Experienced Workmen. 

Swift Presses Driven by Power. 

All classes of Printing— from the cheapest Dodger to the most elab- 
orate Color Work; from a Visiting Card to a Newspaper. 

Special facilities for executing Large Orders quickly and cheaply. 

Wholesale Paper Dealers. Manufacturers of Printers' Rollers and 

Roller Composition. 



Office— 212 East Trade Street. 



«T- J^. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



COMMERCIAL 



-* JOB* PRINTER,^- 

No. 3 West Trade Street, 
CHARLOTTE, - - - - X. C. 



v * IS 

TINSMITHS, AND DEALERS IN 



SON * * * 



Tinware & House Furnishing Goods. 

When in need of anything in our line be sure and call on us before 
purchasing elsewhere. 



219 East Trade Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



TEC IE 



Charlotte -Observer, 



The only paper in Western North Carolina that takes the 



ASSOCIATED - PRESS - REPORTS,: 



And the only paper in that territory that spends thousands 

of Dollars per annum to keep its columns up with 

the demands of modern journalism. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1869 



The Largest Circulation in Western Worth 

Carolina ! 



Book Pritttmg and Boob Biuditig ! 



IN ALL VARIETIES. 



STEAM POWER ! FAST PRESSES ! 

G-ood Workmen ! Cheap Prices ! 



#3»All kinds of COMMERCIAL PRINTING executed at short 
notice, and at prices that defy competition. 



Address 



CHAS. R. JONES, Charlotte, 

Editor and Proprietor. 






-STAMFIIsra. 

LADIES, SEND YOUR ORDERS TO 

.#I.#I,#1[arkington,^ 

- FOR ARTISTIC STAMPING, 

that will not Blur or Rub. CHENILLE and Arrasene, and a full 
line of Embroidery Material on hand. All the latest novelties for 

Art Needle Work. 
No. 5 North Tryon Street, - - . CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



C. S. PRITCHETT, 




ouse - and - Qraametital - painter, 

Paper-Hanging and Kalsomining, 

in the very best manner. Orders from outside town will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 



Office and Residence— Mo. 700 North Graham, corner Tenth Street, 

Charlotte, n. o. 



-BE SURE AND CALL AT— 



J. B. HARRINGTON'S 

Ice Cream & Confectionery Parlors 

where your every want can be supplied. 



No. 5 North Trvon Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 







STAR»A\ILiLS> 



1 
W. M. CROWELL, - Proprietor. 

MANUFACTURER 01' 

BEST CORN MEA.L.MILL FEED, 

Wheat Bran, Mixed Feed, &o.— also, 

STEAM GINNER. 

We clean the seed well, make a good sample and heavy turnout. 

306 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



Gin rear of Mill. 



W ITTKO WSK Y* & • B AKUCri , 



-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- 



•Staple ■ and - Fancy - Dry ■ Goods,* 

Millinery Goods, Clothing, Trunks, Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, 



10 to 14 West Trade Street, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



The Charlotte Messenger, 

o 

is published every Saturday, at 

CHARLOTTE, ZLST. C, 

J^Sr^In the Interests of the Colored People. of the country. 



Able and well-known writers, from different parts of the 
country, will contribute to its columns, and it will contain the 
latest General News of the day. 

It is intended to supply the long-felt need of a newspaper 
to advocate the rights and defend the interests of the Negro- 
American, especially in the Piedmont section of the Carolinas. 



W. C. SMITH, - - Editor and Prop'r. 

No. "24 West Fourth Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



R. B. TURNER. 



MONROE STONE. 



TURNER & STONE, 




-HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL- 




AINTERS, 



PAPER-HANGERS, &c. 



f^ Paper-Hanging and Kalsomining in the very best man- 
ner. Orders for outside town will receive prompt attention. 



OFFICE AND SHOP 



1 8 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



M. J. CORL, 




^mw^iMW^^m^--- - '.-c^i'V: 



^Jjivery, feed and 3*te Stablest 

and Proprietor of CONCORD TRANSFER. 



JST'Coaches, Buggies ami all kinds of turnouts furnished at all hours, on 
reasonable terms. Omnibuses -and Carriages to meet all Trains. Special 
attention given to parties, weddings and funerals. 



-STOP AT THE- 



-**CENTRAL*HOTEL,* 

H. MCNAMARA, PROPRIETOR. 
CONCORD, N. C. 



A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, CENTER OF CITY. 



The cuisine is under the immediate inspection of the Proprietor, and hav- 
ing a first-class Cook, will cater to the traveling public, and feels confident 
if one trial is given him, satisfaction will be accorded by all. 



ALL CARE TAKEN TO MAKE GUESTS COMFORTABLE. 



Goneord&Bireeiory. 



CONCORD, 




buvu -noois ine bcotia Seminary, for colored students* next" to 
the finest ,n the State, is located here. The county is one of the 

;;Ls uiturai m the stat - wM ^id is fQU y nd i„ e ^ 

POSTOFFICE. 

M R. Dusenberry, P. M.; Miss Jennie Gibson, money order elk- 
Miss Josie Hill, delivery elk. ' 

R. M. S. — Double daily over R & D R R 

Sprin^v.nfMm^'n 63 iTv^ and ^'urdays for Cedar Creek, 
>pnngsville, Mill Hill and Tulin; returns same day. Leaves Fri- 

sSed?;. ° StSMiI1 ' FUrr ' S ' F1 ° W ' Sand Smith/ Ford returns 

Dry" tr^" 1 ) MiH ' „ Qear Creek ' Cod dle Creek, Concord, 

KeeflKiiE sJ; h ' U ? S ', H c rrisburg ' MH1 HiU ' Mount Peasant 
i loneei Mills, Smith s Ford, Springsville, Tulin. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk— James C. Gibson. 
Sheriff— William Propst. 
Register— John K. Patterson. 
Treasurer— John Cline. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor— Will. G. Means 

Aldermen-P. B. Fetzer, J. W. Cannon, M. L. Ritch A 1 
Blackwelder. aul ' ■ n - J- 

ARCHITECT. 

Propst Henry 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 
CALDWELL MORRISON H. H„ FLEMMING & WTNST nw 
LIA A M N M PAUL B - MEANS WILLlA^ N G G , & SMirawiL: 



Concentrators, and all Mining; Surmlieq 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS. n£S£ *? PPlieS 



WORKS, Charlotte, N. C. 



E-» r * -I FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 

\/l i\ nPll'PWv for Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
. 1V1 . ii.llU.1 V^ VV vJ, an d prices. 16 West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



186 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



Ritz H. G. 



BAKERY. 



BARBERS AND HAIR DRESSERS. 



Bell Hoyle, CENTRAL HOTEL BARBER SHOP AND BATH 
ROOMS, Chambers William, col., Fink W. J., JOHNSTON J. 
E., col. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Utley William F., Williams John, col., Brown Luther, Heathcock 
Daniel 

BOARDING HOUSE. 

JOHNSTON J. E., col. 

BOOK-SELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

SWINK BROS. 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Castor M. E., Deaton P. S,, Sloop Samuel. 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER. 

Boyd W. C. 

CONFECTIONERY. 

Ritz.H. G. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

. Caldwell C. A., Correll Noah 

DENTISTS 
Bessent Dr. R. P., Hern Dr. H. C, Herring H. C. 
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. 

Young A. B 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Coughenour Miss B. J., Troy Miss Leah 

DRUGGISTS. 

Fetzer P. B., Gibson J. P., Johnson Dr. D. D. 

EXPRESS COMPANY 

Southern Express Company 



^member 



THAT J.N. McCAUSLAND IS AN EXPERT 

SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 
209 So-uth Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



WUGHeS' 



CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

, v ., _, K. H. JORDAN & CO., Druasisrs 

^orthTirona^lEast Trade Streets, Charlotte, K*C. 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



187 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 



Bell & S.ms, Bingham & Harris, Black C. A., Brown & Sch 

Cannons & Fetzer. Dayvault D. P., Main, Farley & Carter 
G.bsonJ. P Gibson R.E., Goodman H. M„ Heglar&Mot 
ley, Hoover, Love & Co., Johnston J. E., col., h e Depof st 
Simmons J A,, Lippards & Barrier, Patterson GeSeW 
Reed Joel, Spencer & Turner, Swink Bros., Walter Charles" 
Wallace & Coleman, Walter & Wallace, Willeford J. F 

HARDWARE. 
White C. R., Yorke & Wadsvvorth 

HOTELS. 

CENTRAL HOTEL, MORRIS HOUSE, St. James Hotel 

INSURANCE. 
Bessent Dr. R. P., Pitts C. A., Smith Thomas W 

LIVERY STABLE. 
BROWN M. L. & BRO„ CORL M. J. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

McNINCH A. M 

MATTRESS MAKER. 

Einstein Soloman 

MEAT MARKET. 

Lentz A. G 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 

Alexander J. M. 

MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. 

Alexander Miss, CROSS Mrs. J. M., Long Miss s! L. 

MINISTERS 

K °°R N ev Z W C F D ' °;' C ° L ; PaSt ° r Lutheran church > PARTREE 
Re" T M P IZ T C °p re / Presb ^ terian Church TREXLER 
IOSFPH n' , P \r, R f. f ° rmed church - WHEELER Rev 
c2! E p'Sbyt:ria r n Meth ° dlSt ^^ WILLIAMS Rev. W^ 



CORNISH PUMPS, PLUNGER & T jvimr 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORl^ChSot*. NO 1ING 



1 1 



f 4 # <*T 1 Should receive ycmr patronage when in need of any- 

JP M -lA ft M YP W^ thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
\r, JU. /\llUlVWd and | ives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



li 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

CONCORDREGISTER, CONCORD STAR, CONCORD TIMES - 

NEWS DEALERS. 
SWINK BROS. 

PLANING MILLS. 

Beattie M. O., Blackwelder C, Young A. B 

PHOTOGRAPHER. 

Henderson I. S. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

ARCHEY Dr. L. M., Fink Dr. Daniel, LILLY Dr. W. H., MOSS 
Dr. J. A., PHARR Dr. T. F., SMITH Dr. G. G, YOUNG Dr. 
ROBERT S. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND SEMINARIES 

Bissent Miss M., private school, Cole Mrs. H. P., private School, 
Concord Seminary for Young Ladies, Prof. R. H. Skeen, pres- 
ident, Scotia Seminary, Rev. D. G. SattJerfield, president, 
Starrette Rev. F. S., private school 

SADDLER. 

Hill W. J. 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Brown G. W., Miller J. H., (col.,) Murr S. G., Ury C. L 

SPOKE AND HANDLE MANUFACTURERS. 

Huff & Warner 

TANNERY 
Brown G. W 

TELEGRAPH. 

N. Y. and Southern Telegraph Company 

TINSMITH. 

Hill W. J 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS 

DAVIS & CORRELL, Mehaffey J. W 

UNDERTAKER. 

Caston M. E 



H Ah for price™ Stoves and Tinware. 

\y ' J. N. McCAUSLAND. 309 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 



CONCORD. 



■ Airy Alfred, col., mason, Alexander Henry, col., carpenter 
Alexander Jim, col., clerk, Alexander Jbhn, tailor, AlSScS 
John, col laborer, Alexander J. R., col., carpenter, Alexander^ 
M, merchan tador, Alexander Julius, col., carpenter, Alexander 
Marshall col., eng neer, Allison J. P., Allison R. W Aliman 

A fa™, itins W ' phyS1C,an and 9U *«». Archibald Felix 

Barnhardt Homer, harness maker, Barrier H. A clerk Bar 
ringer John Beattie George, Beattie M. O., planing Si Bel 
Hoyle col., barber, Bell Jack, col., laborer, Bell & sf™ atf-nta 
general merchandise, Bell W. L., (Bell & Sims), Ben on Mrs C 
A widow, Bessent Miss M., private school, Bessent Dr R P 
dent lstB mgham & Harris general merchandise, Bingham W. s" 
R i m A -' f eneral merchandise, Black Clauselle, wks railroad' 
Black Mrs Eliza, wid. James, Black Sam, col., laborer, Blackmore 

Wilson, col., mason, Blackwelder , planing mill , BlackweWer 

Hargmve & Alexander Carry a Large Stock of Ladies', Misses' and 

Children's Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 33 E. Trade St 

m b T' fa T e (;- BIack ;velder Manly, Blackwelder Mrs. Sarah wid 
Blackwelder Victor, Blair Charles, col., painter, Bloom G C ma" 
chine agent Bloom William, farmer, Blue Henry, weaver Bo^er 
Caleb, col., farmer, Boger C. H., col., schoolteacher, Bo'er H R 
printer, Bogle /esse, col., brick-moulder, Boger J L niSnt watch" 
TT SJSf PhylIS ' teacher Scotla Seminary Bost AT S 

J R'afk??™? TT' n *> PaSt ° r BaptiSt C^rcT Bost'ena 
J., ivacktt btore, Bostin D. T, tailor Bosf-in [ P1 - r „ „ 

b.acken Miss Mary, school teacher, Bracken Mrs. Margaret wid 

~ IT' r fT V: me l R Bra f y R ChadeS ' C0L ' lab — ■ BROWN 
make;' Brown I w °°' Bl "° Wn G ' W " tanne T and shoe- 

maker, Brown James N., coroner, BROWN LUTHER (A L 

Brown & Bro.), livery stable, BROWN 31. L., (ML Brown & 

s/ab ; h £ J"?™ M - L - * BRO., livery, feed anT sale 
stable, Blown R A., livery stable, Brown Rufus, fSchaefferft 
Brown), Brown & Schaeffer, general merchandise, Bu knead Jesse 
H., drayman, Burkhead J. W., clerk, Burkhead J W insurance 
Burrag^nes 1 fannerJBm : ^ws Mrs. Mary, wid. John.' ,nSUian "' 

Saws, Saw Mills, SMngle^ndTatTMilir 

-MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Chariot*. Tc ' 



E-m «• a i Can furnish all you want for a Wedding Pvesont— i 

V /Ann VP WQ either BABY CARRIAGE, or your last want— a 
. 1V1 . JT\ I lUI V^ VV O COFFIN. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, X. C. 



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Caldwell C. A., contractor and builder, Spring, h do., Caldwell 
C. C, farmer, h Spring, Caldwell D. A., carpenter, Caldwell John, 
clerk,' CALDWELL MORRISON H. H,, attorney-at-law, Main, 
bds Morris House, Caldwell W. A., Caldwell Wash, col., hostler, 
CAMPBELL REV. W. Gr., pastor Lutheran chu,fch, h Union, 
Canadyjack, col., brickmason, Cannon Albert, col., Cannon David 
F., (Cannons & Fetzer,) Cannons & Fetzer, general merchandise, 
Cannon James W., (Cannons & Fetzer,) Cannon Joseph A., Carter 
Mary col., wid., h Spring, carter Robert, Castor M. E., cabinet 
maker and undertaker, Cathcart Miss Ida, teacher Scotia Semi- 
nary, Caton W. C. J., CENTRAL HOTEL, H. McNamara, pro- 
prietor, Union, Chambers William, colored, barber, Chapman 
Miss Mary, teacher Scotia Seminary, Chapman Miss Sarah, 
teacher Scotia Seminary, Christian Armistead, colored, 
butler, h Union, Cline John N, clerk, Cobb J. S., harness maker, 
Cochrane H. H., drayman, Cochrance John, col., laborer. Cole 
Mrs. H. P., private school, Coleman Alec, col., laborer, Coleman 
James col., carpenter, Coleman W. C, (Coleman & Wallace), 
h Church, COLLINS REV. KTJFUS, col., pastor Methodist 
church, Concord Times, J. B. Sherrill, editor and proprietor, 
Union, Cook C. A., clerk, h e Depot, Cook Frank, h west limits, 

Sonthern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judsou's 
Cough Mixture aud Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 

Cook James, carpenter, Cook James R., Cook & Sappenfield, gen- 
eral merchandise, Union, Cook Tyus, cabinet maker, Cook W. E., 
CORL M J., livery stable, Correll Ed, painter, Correll Felix, farm- 
er, Correll Noah, carpenter, Church, h do., Coughenour, Miss B. 
J.,' dressmaker, Cowns Jim, col., laborer, Craven IC L., __ clerk, 
Cresfield Miss Mary, teacher Scotia Seminary, CROSS. MRS. J. 
M., millinery and fancy goods, Crowe Miss Carrie E., teacher 
Scotia Seminary, Crumm Levi, col., porter, Crump Zin, col., 
warehouseman, Crupp Jed, col., at depot, Cruse Peter, farmer, 
Culbrick Frank, col., wks. railroad. 

Dart Mrs. Jennie, teacher Scotia Seminary, DAVIS & COR- 
RELL, watchmakers and jewelers, Deaton Mrs. Easter, widow, 
Deaton James, supt.'cotton mill, h Union, Deaton Mrs. Matilda, 
wid. Robert, Deaton P. S., cabinet maker, Union, h Spring, Dea- 
ton W. W., carpenter, Dove, Bost & Fink, gen'l mer, Union, 
Dove Jacob, buggies, wagons and agricultural implements, Duty 
Andrew, col., farmer, Dusenbury Gowarl, agt R. & D. R. R., Du- 
senbury Miss Mary R., postmaster. Union, Dusenbury Mrs. Mollie, 
wid., prop. St. James Hotel, Drye Charles, clerk, h Corbin, Dryer, 
facob, col., farmer. 



d 



N. MCOAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
country. 209 south Tiyon street, Charlotte, N. L. 



ft-Sorth Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte" t.'c. 



CONCORD DIRECTOKyT 



Einstein Soloman, mattress maker, El-kins Willis, tinner Ellis 
Albert col., Ellis Hamp col., laborer, Ellis Jake, col., laborer 
Ellis, Sam, col. farmer, Ervin James R„ asst. clerk court house' 

E«1U TV i ' ", LU1T i Ml ' S - El3ie ' Wid Adam ' h west limits,' 
■t-zell J. J., col., general merchandise. 

Faggart Arthur, clerk, h Church, Faggart P. M.. clerk, Fagot 
Alfred, col., carpenter, Farley & Carter, Fetzer N D Fetzer P 
B drugstore, Fink Mrs. Ann, wid. Dr. John, FinkDr Daniel 
physician and surgeon, Fisher Edward, Fink J. C (Dove Best & 

wi^W Aw r J tV S " Fink J w - hair dresser > Hemming I 

E^to?iTwTT^ laW ' , F1 °J VerS H - G " FoiI A - Fod Mrl 
ah J ' I ' En0S ' CoL ' Ford Mrs - M - E- wid Freeman 

Allan, col., Freeman H. L„ Freeman M. J., Fuh Martin S- 

Ganz Charlie, col., Garrett John, col., farmer, Gibson Alec col 
kborer, Gibson Anson, col., Gibson Boyd, col., laborer Gibson 
Darnel, col barber, Gibson Mrs. Ester, wid., Gibson James C 
G bson Miss Jennie, postal clerk, Gibson Joe.col., laborer, Gibson 

Robert F 7cT ' Tm ° n M '' S - ^ Z '^ ^ Dr ' Edmund > Gibson 
Robert E., (Gibson & Montgomery), Gibson Mrs. Sarah, teacher 

Hargrove & Alexander Carry a Nice lAne of Cents' Furnishings 
at Bottom Prices. 33 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C 

Scotia Seminary Gibson Mrs. S. B., school teacher, Gillon M M 
book-keeper Gilmore Sandy, col., farmer, Glove W in col" 
SSA ; dfd,W ^iss Fannie, teacher Scotia Seminary! 
?S;T1 Goods-on Mrs. C. J., wid. M„ Goodson 

H "sfcol Ge f"m e e'r H R ^ "" n^T" ^^ ^ Hammo » d 
Horse, col., farmer, Hargrave Douglas, col., laborer, Harris Bob 

co ., farmer, Hams Dick, Harris Elam, col., laborer, Harr Henry 
H° ' ^°" r ' Harr S Ho P e ' "!•■ farmer, Harris Irvi „, co labc re r' 

£ °IL H H C ;,' Clei ; k n Ha T Nat ' Co1 - --ter, karri's W M ; 

Ha. tsell I L., Heathcock Daniel, blacksmith, Heglar J C He-la; 

& Motley, general merchandise, Heligh Mrs. wid Henderson 

I. S photographer, Henderson Mrs. M. M., wid., He™ Dr H C 
dent.st, Herrmg H.C., dentist, Hicks Robert, Hil Mi s losie 
posta clerk Hil Mrs. M. C, wid. Joseph, Hill WiSam T ha^ess 
and stoves, Holbrook Mage, col., laborer, HooverDRH 



ioover, 



~W :R >'FF-& for Circulars and Estimates to 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, CharloUe N C 






rr -« ■ Can sut 

Andrews ^ c 



Can supply you with any article to be found in a 
'Jlass Furniture House. Give him a call. 
10 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. ■ 



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Lore & Co., general merchandise, Houser William, col., brick- 
mason, Hopkins -J. I., carpenter, HOWELL REV. F. K., col^ 
pastor Baptist church, Huff O. H., (Huff & Warner), Huff & 
Warner, spoke and handle manufacturers, Huneycutt Mrs. M. J., 
wid.- J. L. 

Icles Wilson, col., farmer. 

Jackson Andrew, col., Johnston Mrs. Bettie, wid. Thomas, 
Johnston Dr. D. D., druggist, Johnston H. C, farmer, Johnston J. 
Edward, col., groceries, Johnston J. E., col., barber, Johnston Joe, 
col., laborer, Johnston Mrs. M. E., wid Nathaniel, Johnston M. W., 
farmer, Jones Henry, col., dyer. 

Kestler Mrs. Nancy, wid., Kestler W. V., Kimmons Mrs. Dorcas, 
wid., Kimmons J. A., general merchandise, King Elam, Kinne 
William, Kirk A. M., farmer, Kirk Tobe, col., laborer, Kizziah 
James, laborer, KOONTZ REV. D. G-., col., pastor Lutheran 
church, Koontz Nellie, col. 

' Latiker A., Leach Lawson, col., lab., Lefler Robert, Lentz A. 
E., clerk, Lentz A. G., meat market, Lentz R. P., shoemaker, Les- 
lie John C, clerk, Leslie M. B., carriage maker, Lilly Bill, colored, 

For Diarrhoea, Dysentary and Flux, Use, PEPOTASH, for Sale by Grocers and 
Druggists. Try Dixie Liniment. 

lab., Lilly Dilsie, col., LILLY DR. W. H., physician and sur- 
geon, Lippards & Barrier, general merchandise, Lippards J. C, 
Lippards R. T., Littaker Mrs. H. E., Long Miss Maggie, Long 
Miss S. L., Millinery and notions, Long Thomas, col., lab., 
Lore G. M 

Mahan Julius, col., farmer, Malcom Henry, col., McClelland Mrs 
Mary, wid., McCree Bob, col., McCree John, col., farmer, McDon- 
ald, Henry col., engineer, McGee James, col., lab., McGee Peter, 
col, lab., McKinley Sam, col., lab., M C NAMARA H., proprietor 
Central Hotel, M C NINCH A. N., marble dealer, Means Eph, col., 
laborer, Means Geo., dep. rev. collector, Means Rob, col, farmer, 
MEANS W. Gr., mayor, also lawyer, Mehaffey 1 J. W., watchmaker 
etc., Miller Giles, col, lab., Miller J. H., col., shoemaker, Miller \ 
Paul, col., lab., Miller Pleas, col., drayman, Misenheimer Mrs. Dil- 
lie, wid., Mitchell Henry, col., lab., Montgomery C. G., cotton 
buyer, Montgomery G. P., school teacher, Montgomery Hampton, 
col., farmer, Montgomery J. L., col., barber, Montgomery W. J., 
judge superior court, Moore D. A.,< shoemaker, Moore Henry, col., 
farmer, Moore Norman, col., Moose Albert L., carpenter, Moose 
Charles T , carpenter, MORRIS HOUSE, D. P. Dayvault, pro- 



FOR 



SLATE MANTELS AND GRATES m llS A 

J. N. MoCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. 0. 



[tTGjIES' EMTJLSON COD LIVER OIL is the most Palatabi t P,e H uUi^ We 
Prepared by -„- fcn , , E. H. JORDAN & CO:, Druggists 
3 Worth Tryon and I East. Trade Streets, Charlotte, K. C. 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



193 



pnetor, Morrison D. B., clerk, Morrison Henry, col., wks depot 
Moss Henry, col., painter, MOSS DK. J. A., physician, Moss John 
B„ MOSS REV. MARSHALL,, col., Methodist preacher Moss 
Kufus, col., Moss Sandy, col., lab,, Motley P. R. Mund Frank E 
painter, Murphy George, col., Murr G., Shoemaker, Murr George" 
Murr Samuel H. P., (Kimmons & Murr), Murr S. G, shoemaker" ' 

Neisler Harry, col., farmer, NEW YORK AND SOUTHERN 
TELEGRAPH CO., J. M. Young operator. ~ i*i*^> 

Odell J. L., boss cotton mill, ODELL J. M., pres. Odell Manu- 
facturing Co., ODELL MANUFACTURING- €0, J M Odell 
pres. Odell William, secretary and treasurer Odell Manufacturing 
Co., Overton John, col., carpenter. 

Palmer Burt, col., farmer, Palmer John, col., laborer, Parker 

p P n C ^:;, ParksIsaaC ' Co1 " laborer ' Parnell John, blacksmith, 
Parnell William, blacksmith, Partee Avis, col., moulder Partee 
Nancy, col., washer, PARTEE 11EV. W. E., pastor colored Pres- 
byterian church. Patterson E. M., harness maker, Patterson G L 
clerk, Patterson George W., groceries, grain etc., Patterson John 
K„ Register of Deeds, Patterson John R., jailer Cabarrus county 

Hargiave & Alexander Pay Special and Prompt Attention to all 
orders for Dry Goods or Samples. Try them. 33 E. Trade St. 

jail, Patterson W. A., carpenter, PAYNE BEV.C.M, pastor 
Presbyterian church, Perry W. H., carpenter, Pharr Miss Ella 
dressmaker, Pharr James S„ fireman Western R. R Pharr Mrs' 
Pink, music teacher, Pharr S. E. W., school teacher Pharr S F ' 
clerk, Pharr Sid, col., PHARR DR. T. F., physician and surgeon' 
P.erson Charles, col., mason, Pitts Calib A., insurance agent 
I rather j. A., omnibus, Props* Henry, architect, Propst John dep- 
uty sheriff, Propst Martin, quarryman, Propst Martin, col., laborer 
iropst William, wks. cotton mill, Propst William, sheriff. 
Quantz H. C, harness maker. 

Raimer Mrs. Ann, wicl., Raimer Harvey C, boss weaving room 
Ka.mer John, warper, Ramseur Mrs. Ellen, wid Redfield Jack' 
col., laborer, Reed Joel, groceries, Reed John, col., laborer, Reed 
Joseph, druggist, Reese Miss Lillie, teacher Scotia Seminary, 
Richmond & Danville R. R., Gowan Dusenbury station agent 
Richmond G. G, cotton insurance, Ridenhour R E' Ritz H G 
bakery and confectionery, Ritch Mrs. Mary, wid. Demos Ritch m" 
E., Rooerts John M., weaver, Robertson T. T clerk Rogers 
Frank, com. traveller, Ross Robert, col., miner, Ross W / folder 
Ross W. J. Jr., mill hand, Russell Aaron, col., drayman; Russell 

Crushers, Steam and Belt Hoisters 

MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS. Charlotte, N. ^^ 



E. 'M.Andrews, 



FURNITURE for PaWfir and Library, Furniture 
for Chamber- and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities 
and Prices. l(i West Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



194 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



Jerry, col., dray .nan, Russell Poke, col., blacksmith, Russell Rob, 
col., drayman. 

Sapp William, freight agent R\ and D. R. R„ Sappenfield A. L., 
Sappenfield Charles, clerk, Sappenfield C. M., clerk, Satterfield 
Rev. D. J., president Scotia Seminary, Satterfield Mrs. W. M., 
teacher Scotia Seminary, Schaeffer S. R., SCOTIA SEMINARY, 
colored, for young ladies, Rev. D. J. Satterfield, president, Scott 
A. C, SEMINARY" FOR YOUNG LADIES, Prof. R. H. Skeen, 
president, Shankle Dock, col.," lab., Sherrill J. B., editor and pro- 
prietor Tim as, Sherwood Mrs. Mary, wid., Shuping S. A., carpenter, 
Sims John A., (Bell & Sims), Sloop Samuel, cabinet maker, Sloop 
Victor, cabinet. maker, Skeen Prof. R. H., Concord Female Acad- 
emy, Skinner William H., tinner, Smart Joe, col., drayman, SMITH 
DR. (i. Ct., physician and surgeon, Smith James, carpenter, Smith 
Peter, col., lab., Smith T. W., insurance' agent, Smith Rev. T., 
school teacher, Smith W. A., farmer, SMITH W. M., attorney-at- 
law, Smoot Joe, col., dyer, Snell F. V., carpenter, Southern Ex- 
press Co., N. Hall, agent, Spears Mrs. wid., Spears Mrs. Mary L., 
wid., Spears William, weaver, Spencer A. C, col., (Spencer & 
Turner), Spencer & Turner col., (A. C. Spencer and D. Turner), 

Southern Chemical Company Manufacture Avery's Dyspepsia Powder, Judsori's 
Cough Mixture, and Tersan, the Great Worm Medicine. 

Starrctte Rev. F. S., private School, . Stockings Lee, col., Stowe, 
Mrs. Rue A., wid., Strichsr T. S., com. traveler, Stuart Dr. James, 
Stuart Morrison, clerk, Stuart William, clerk, Surratt Henry, col. t 
washer, Suther Miss Abigail, ^uther Mrs. Addie, wid., Suther Bill, 
col., Suther C. A., carpenter, Suther Charles, spinner, Suther J. 
G., weaver, Suther John, carpenter, Suther John J., baler, Suther 
Mack D., farmer, Suther Thomas A., carder, Suther Victor Y., 
farmer, SWINK BROS., general merchandise, news, books and 
stationery, SWINK C. W., (Swink Bros.,) Swink Fred, clerk, 
Svvink George, shoemaker, SWINK W. J., (Swink Bros.) 

Taylor G. W., com. traveller, Thomas Milas, col., laborer, 
Thompson Wash, col., laborer, TREXLER REV. P. M., pastor 
Reformed church, Trollinger D. M., carpenter, Troutman Wiley, 
clerk, Troy C. P., clerk, Tucker F., Turner David, col., (Spencer 
& Turner). 

Cry C. L., shoemaker, Fry John, col., farmer, Fry P. A., Ftley 
William F., blacksmith. 

Varner John, pump worker R. & D. R. R., Voils'M., farmer. 



REMEMBER 



1 AM TAKING ROOFING AT LOW PRICES 1 . t- 
J. N. McCAUSLAND. 
209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte. X. C 



uBBHann 



HUGHES' 



CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH. Prepared by 

It. II. JORDAN & CO., Druggists 
■ ' f -North Tryon and 1 East Trade Streets, Charlotte, N". C. 



CONCORD DIRECTORY. 



195 



WAD8WOKTH JOHN C„ Wagoner Mrs. E. C, wid. Charles, 
Wallace & Coleman, col., general merchandise, Wallace J. A.] 
harness maker, Walter Charles, groceries, Walter & Wallace, gen- 
eral merchandise, Wardrey John, clerk, Warner D. C, (Fluff & 
Warner), Weaver Tobias, lab., Weddington Mrs. Lizzie, wid 
Weddington Mrs. Margaret, wid., WHEELER REV. JOSEPH 
pastor Methodist church, White Miss- C. McD., saleslady, White C 
R., hardware, White Frank, col., White R. M., White Robert H ' 
clerk, White Robert, col., butler, White Tom, col., farmer, White 
W. A., farmer,, Widenhouse Zeb, col., laborer, Wilkinson W. N 
carpenter, Willeford J. F., general merchandise, Willeford Jesse' 
(Young & Willeford), Willeford John, farmer, Williams Dan, col ' 
laborer, Williams John, col., blacksmith, WILLIAMS REV. w! 
J., col., Presbyterian preacher, Willis Mrs. Jane, Winecoff George' 
farmer, Winecoff George, farmer, Winecoff Mrs. Hettie, wid R 
W., Winecoff J. M., farmer, Winecoff John C, saddler, 'winecoff 
Lee, Winecoff Mrs. Mary, wid., Winecoff Mrs. Mary, wid., Wine- 
coff Peter, col., laborer, Winecoff William, dresser, Winecoff Wil- 
liam, farmer, Wingate Mrs. A. S., wid., Winslow Thomas, Wood 
W. A., loom fixer, Woodhouse Harry, printer, Woodhous'e Irwin, 
cashier, Woodhouse Mrs. John, wid.. Woods J. R., dyer. 

At Hargrave & Alexander's Yoa can find the Latest Styl.-s in For- 
eign and Domestic Dry Goods and Trimmings. 33 E. Trade St. 

Yorke Felix, Yorke N., (Yorke & Wadsworth), Yorke & Wads- 
worth, hardware, agricultural implements, wagons, et£., Young A. 
B., planing mill, Young Alfred, col.-, Young Daniel, col., farmer^ 
Young John, telegrapher, Young Join C, weigher, Young Joseph' 
Young Robert L., YOUNG DR. ROBERT S., physician and 
surgeon. 



^~JVo printing for the blind, or blacksmith work, done at R. E. 
Blake/ s Printing and Publishing House. New type, skilled workmen, 
honest count and tasty work. Cor. Trade and College Sts. 

MS' SCHOOL CATALOGUES, Circulars~and Academical Printing 
of all kinds are executed with neatness and despatch at 

R. E. BLAKEY'S, cor. Trade and College Sts. 

feT The secrects of our success : Many years of practical experi- 
ence ; promptness in the delivery ,of -work — no disappointments ; honest 
count ; uniform prices ; the best work at the lowest figures. 

ff_ R- E. /3 LA KEY, Charlotte, A\ C. 

/g^ONTRACTORS should consult J, ': N. -McCausland- lor Tin 
\B and Slate Roofing. 209 s. Tryon St., Charlotte, N\ C. 



H. C. Herring, D. D. S., 

(OVER DAVIS & CORRELL'S JEWELRY STORE,) 



^CONCORD,* N.*C.»- 



Q^M^^i ^^.^^.^a^m 



\ittcmei} and fcurtsellor at Caw, 



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S"V7"IITK: BROS., 

DEALERS IN 

tslews^a^ers^eriadioals^agazmes 



BOOKS, STATIONERY and FANCY GOODS. 



jG^*Daily Charlotte Observer and Richmond Dispatch on sale every day. 
.Subscriptions taken for papers and magazines. When in town always call 
and see us. „ SWINK BROS., 

East Sifle of Union Street, CONCORD, N. C. 



— Stop - at - the — 



J»*A good brick hotel. Accommodations good. Charges ■reasons 



:ible 



D. P. DAYVAULT, Proprietor, 

CONCORD, N C. 



M. L. BROWN & BRO. 




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Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, 



CONCORD, N. C. 



fd^Proprietor Concord Transfer. Outfits of all kinds fur- 
nished on reasonable terms. 



CONCORD MARBLE WORKS. 

A. N. McNINCH, 



-DEALER IN- 



•Anierican-and-Italian-A\arble,.# 

TOMBS, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &o. 
C O N C O R D , X . C . 





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BARBER AND HAIR-DRESSER, 



CONCORD, N, C. 



J®-Children's Hair-Cutting a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. E. 
Johnston's Hair Restorative, to prevent the hair from turning gray. Dress 
the hair and scalp with this two or three times a week and you will soon have 
your head free from gray hairs and dandruff, and the hair will become soft 
and glossy. 






DAVIS*&*CORREL 

WATCHMAKERS m^ 



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AND 

JEWELERS, 

and dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 
Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, Spectacles, 
&0. Repairing a specialty. PIANOS and 
ORGANS on easy payments, cash or instal- 
ments. 



-CONCOR 1) 




MRS.J. M.CROSS. 



-DEALER IN- 






CONCORD, N. C. 



/^onroe®0ireeiory. 



MONROE (Union County), 



y lrom ^narlotte. Population about 2 onn Roc ^1 t. 
good schools, and is surrounded by a fin flrmTng country Gold 
mining is also carried on to considerable extent 7 ' M 

lo^ 3 S. Value "i/ssToT rS'^ , V , alUe ' ^°^ T ^ 
a / vaiue, $2X3,307. Total, including personal, $3,137 9S 6 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk— George C. McClarty 
Sheriff— J. P. Horn. 
Register of Deeds— F. H. Wolfe 
Treasurer — M. L. Stevens. 
Coroner — H. C. Moore 
a Cornniissioners-T. C. Eubanks, chairman, W. H. Phifer and W. 

CITY GOVERNMENT 

Mayor— J. Massey Terrell. 

Marshall— H. Preslar. 

Commissioners— B. D. Heath, J. M Stewart T T w ' * t , 
Shute, W. F. Morgan. Stewart, J. T. Hart, John 

Policeman— J. W. Rogers. 

POSTOFFI OE. 
J. M. Thomas, postmaster, W. T. Benton, assistant 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

Austin C, Covington & Adams, Davis R P w,u -n T 

mond C Q., McCauley & McCauley, RoZfsRusZ U*™' 
horn & Beckwith, Vann & Stevens. Russell, Stray- 

BARBERS AND HAIR DRESSERS. 

Burton & Carelock, col., Dargin Milton, col., Hubbard A. S. col 



£. M. Andrews 



Should receive your patronage when in need of any- 
thing in his line, for he carries the LARGEST stock 
and gives the LOWEST PRICE IN CHARLOTTE. 



200 



MONROE DIRECTORY. 



BLACKSMITHS. 

Laney Isaac, col., McLcllan S. R., Sheppard J 

BOARDING HOUSE. 
Harkey Mrs. J. F., Lockhart Mrs. Martha 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Bivens H. F., Ogburn N. S., Shute & Sons 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Fairley J. M., Heath B, D., Meyers M. D 

CONFECTIONERIES. 

Johnston J. A., Redwine & Perry 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Hart JohnT., Watson William 

DENTISTS. 
Houston Dr. W. B., Stephenson Dr. J. W 

DRESSMAKERS. 
Cannady Mrs. Anna, Jackson Miss Ella 

DRUGGISTS. 
English J. R-, Griffin J. M. & E. M., Welsh S. J. & Bro 

DRY GOODS. 
Bundy S. B., Dry E., Lichtenstein & Levy 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND GROCERIES. 

Wmfield E. A., Austin J. W Benton W. A. & Bro Blakeney J. 
C Brom H. M., Crowell A. H. & Son, English J. R. & Co., 
FLOW M. L. & CO., Fritch J. D., Heath B. D., Heath & 
Williamson, Howie H. B., Johnston J. A., Price L. F., Red- 
wine & Perry, Shute John & Sons, Shute & Starnes, Simpson 
Tames R., Stevens Austin, Stevens & Phifer, Winchester T. 
D. & Son 

WINNERS. 

Flow G. W., Lee T. N. & Son, Shute John & Son 



-r THAT J. N. MdOAUSLA 

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AND IS AN EXPERT 
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Charlotte, N. C. 



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GRIST MILLS. 

Austin John C Brooke & Williams, Hamilton G. S„ Shute John & 
son, Sikes & Co. J 

HARNESS MAKERS AND SADDLERY. 

Price L. F., Stewart R. F. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Griffin E. M., Ogburn N. S, 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Belk Miss Hattfe, Cannaday Mrs. Anna, Jackson Miss Ella 

MINISTERS 

Austin Rev Daniel M., pastor Baptist church, Gannon Rev T 
pastor Methodist church Kev - {- 

NEWSPAPER. 

Enquirer and Express, W. J. Boylin ed. and prop. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 
Belk Dr. John, Blair Drs. I. H. & J. M., Ramsey Dr. Ashcraft 

SCHOOLS. 

Monroe High School, Prof. J. A. Monroe principal 

TINSMITHS. 

Rudge J. YV., Stevens & Phifer 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bivins H. F., meat market 

Brown T. M., hotel 

Buise S. B., marble and granite works 

Caudle A. B., photographer 

Hart John T., machine shop 

Latta A. T., books and stationery 

Lichtenstein & Levy, clothing 

McLarty G. C, furniture 

Monroe Cornet Band, W. S. Nelson leader 

Nelson W. S., crockery 

Owen W. C, wagon manufacturer 



Saws, Saw Mills, Shingle^anZl r p+>r^nvr" 

MECKLENBlWlRON fffi, ^Totte, S^ MlllS ' 



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The largest stock of FURNITURE, COFFIXS and 
CASKETS in the State. Wholesale and lletail, 
10 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Polly C. H., gunsmith 
Price L. F:, shoemaker 

People's Bank of Monroe, H. M. Houston president, W. H. Fitz- 
gerald cashier 
Shutejohn & Sons, saw mill 

Southern Express Company, W. L. Whitfield agent 
Townsend J. W., bakery. 



MONROE. 



Armfield E. A., Ashcraft F. B., Ashcraft J. B., Austin C, Aus- 
tin George P., Austin J. E. W., Austin J. L., Austin John C, Aus- 
tin 1. W., General Merchandise, Austin W. PL, Axum W. T. 

Baker M., Baker W., Bariano B., Barrett R. T., Bivens H. F., 
brick, Brown Tyre, Barrett S., Baucum Josiah, Baucum O.-, Belk 
Dr. John, physician, Belk J., Belk Martha E., Bennett J. B., Benton 
B. H., Benton J. F„ Benton J. T., Benton W. A. Benton W. A. & 
Bro., General Merchandise, Bivins Ed. J., Bivens Henry, Bivins J. 
A., Bivins J. T„ Bivins Wm, Bivins W. W., Blakeney J. C, Blair 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and Godfrey's Cordials, made by 
Smithem Chemical Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Drs. I. H. and J. M., physicians, Boyce S., Boylin W. J., editor and 
proprietor Enquirer and Express, Brown C. E,, Brown George W., 
Brown John A., Brown M., Burton & Carelock, col., barbers. 
By nu m J. W. 

Carolina Central R, R., J. W. Whitfield agent, Chaney C. W., 
Chaney F., Chaney Rev. George L., Chaney Jackson, Chaney Mrs. 
Jane, Chaney J. E., Chaney J. W., Chaney L., Chaney W., Chaney 
P., woodwork-man, Chaney W. M., Collins J. H., Covington Mrs.. S. 
A., 'Crook J., Crook W. C, Crowell H. H., Crowell & Son, Curlee 
0. C, Cuthbertson Ed. 

Davis Rev. E. L., Davis VV.AV., mill-wright, Dees C. S., Dees 
It. S., Dees G. W., Delaney William, Dillon T. P., Doster E. C, 
lister J. F., Doster Mary. 

Eas*on Hannah, Fnglish J. R. & Co., General Merchandise, 
Ezzell T. J., Sr. 

Fihcher B. F., Fitzgerald W. H., Cashier PeopIe'sBank, Fletcher 
John C, Flow D. W., Flow G. W., Flow John E., FLOW M. L. 
& CO., Groceries, Fowler A. J. Jr., Fowler A. T:, Fowler J. W., 
Fowler P. C, Funderburk W. E. 



FURNACES AND HEATERS A 

SPECIALTY. .T. N. McCAUSLANI), 209 S. Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C. 




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Graddy W. P. Gardener S. L„ Gibson Martha, G^rd^M~H 
Goidon Rachel, Gordan R. H., Gordon R. L., Gordon T F G„," 
don WE Griffin C W., Griffin H. C, Griffin oln° Griffin John H " 

w r n i L Vv G, ;^ J - W - & E ' M - Dru ^ s - ^ffin M. W Griffin N 
W., Griffin VV. P., Griffith John, Gurley G. W. 



Hargett A. J., Hargett Geo. VV., Harnett Mrs 



Nancy, Hamilt 



J. D., Helms J. E. 
Helms L. T., Helms 
S*. J., Helms Tabitha, 
Helms VV. B., Helms 
W. T., Hill H. A., Hi 



W A Hamilton VV. E„ Harris A^^ Mrs^' HayTc] 
Heath B n J H,\£ * w n- ^ Madline Sho P s ' Hai - fc Samuel, 

Helms Mrs. E. A., Helms G. W., Helms H^lms'lsa^Ta Helms 

' H C mS ] \ C r Sr - Helms J' C > K H elms 
W 5T J - T1 F - HdmS J' W " Helras L. R., 
M Helms P., Helms S., Helms S. A., Helms 
Helms I. L. A., Helms Mrs. Vina, Helms W. 
W. E„ Helms- VVm., Sr., Helms W.M., Helms 
11 J. A.. Hinson Miss C, Hinson J. E., Hinson 
M„ Hinson W., Houston B. E„ Houston H. H., President Peoples 
Bank, Houston J. P., Houston Dr. W. B., DD. S., Howie HB 
Groceries, Home Robert, Hubbard A. S., (col.) barber. 

H ^i^ * ^° X: V l h " 1 ' C f' Fy U lM ' Si * Stock 0± ' ^«es% Misses' and 
Children s Cambric a:nl Ma.sliii Underwear. 33 E. Trade St 

Ingram Holden, Irby J. H. 

Jerome E. A. 

Keziah J. H., Keziah J. C, Keziah Thomas, King j. G. 

Laney A. A., Laney J. W., Law Rev. P. R., Pastor Presbyterian 
Church also Supt. Public School, Lee T. N. & Son, Cotton cinlTd 
M Lemmond A VV., Lemmond J. A., Lemmond VV. T., Lock- 
nait J. J., Long W. H., Long W. H. 

T McC vr Ul % C \f-r T " McCauley M. E., McCauley William Mc- 
Larty Mrs. E., McLarty G. C, Mc.Clarty J. M McCHrt S M 

f°^ m M Mr r 5 - f; \ McC ° lklm J" A > McCollumMrs M McCor] J 
J VV, McCorkle M. G, McPherson H. F May E L " M HH R 
M., Medlm E., Medlin J. M., Medlin J. D„ Meclm L Medl n L A 
Medlin M., Medlin M. F., Medlin Rachel Medlin S cfroS^et' 

, l h ? 1 ™' °uV- k M0nr ° e Pro£ J' A - P '>'nc iP al Mom"; High 
behool Moore H C„ Moore R„ Moore S. R., Morgan E Morgan 

V" m n n '°n L^ M ° Ser A - Moser Dock,MoserLiddie MoTe 
V,na, Mulhs D. W., Mullis J., Myers M. D., cotton ware. ' 

Nash William, Norwood Morrison, Norwood Walter. 



MECKLENBURG IRON WORKS, Charlotte, .V. C " 



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V A TirlTPW^ either BABY CAR1UAGK. or your lasl 
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Ogburn N. S.', Osbum Miss E.., Osborne Mike, Oaten IT. W., 
Outen ].. Outeri J. W., Outen W. R. 

Page William, Pencgar J. P., Perry J. J., Phifer VV. H., Preslar 
E, A.; Preslar F., Preslar G., Preslar M. P., Preslar S., Preslar T., 
Preslar W. E., Price E. A., Price E. P., Price L. F. Gen'l. Mer., 
Shoes and Planless, Price Mrs. T. L., Privett Ed., Privitt Win., 
Pusser H. W. 

Rape W.'C, Reader S. H., Reed H., Richardson B. F., Richard- 
son S. S., Robertson N. R., Rogers Becinda, Rogers fames, Rogers 
J. H., Rogers f. W„ Rogers S., Rose Mrs. P., Rosser S. A., Ruffin 
P., Rushin E.. J. 

Secrest A. A., Secrest B. C, Secrest ■ Mrs. E., Secrest E. C, 
Secrest H., Secrest 1., Secrest J. A., Secrest J. D., SecrcsJ 
J: K., Secrest J. P., Secrest L. S., Secrest S. M., Secrest S..T., 
Shavers Williams, Shute H. A., Shute H. B., Shute James, Shute 
fohn, Shute J. R., Sinite & Sons, brick, Sigiey .Martha, Sikes J. C.„ 
Simpson O' N.. Simpson J. C,, Simpson J. R., Simpson Mrs. L., 
Simpson M. B., Stancil Elisha, Starnes M., Starnes M. O., Stegall 
A. B., Stegall B. PL, Stegall J. W., Steele W. C, Stevens Pkivis, 
Stevens John H., Stevens M. P., Stewart C, Stewart J. M., Stray- 
horn & Beckwith, Sutton B. 1"., Sutton F. M. , 

Ask for the Essences, and Bateman's Drops, and (rodl'rey's Cordials, made l>y 
Southern Chemical Co., Charlotte, >'. C. 

Taylor (. D., Threatt Frank, Threatt W. B., Tomberlin J. G. v 
l'omberlin Mrs. M. A... Trull C. E., Trull D. C, Trull H. H., 
Trull j. J. 

Watson G. W., Watson J. Rl, Welsh W- B-, White J., Whitfield 
J. W., agent C. C. R. R., Whitfield W. L., agent So. Ex. Co., 
Whitley D„ Whitley J., Whitley J. D., Whitley John, Whitley S 
Williams A., Williams B., Williams E. IP, Williams J. C,, Williarrii 
J. PI., Williams P M., Williams [. 'P., Williams Martha, William- 
R., Williams Ralph, Williams R. A., Williams S. A., Williams. P, 
Williams T. E., Williams T. . \ Williams W. E., Willoughby W. J., 
Winchester D. J., Windiest \ T. D. Si\, Winchester T. D. Jr., 
Winchester T. Mc, Wolfe Mr.- \\ E., Wolfe G. D., Wolfe W. G. 

Vandle Elizabeth. 

JN. MCCAUSLAND, Slate Roofing done in city or 
. country. 209 south Tryon street, Charlotte, X. C. 

•—"yN'PY the Best Quality of Stationery, the finest ink, ami the 
neatest type, are used in the Commercial Printing done at 
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